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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who were the Cat and the Rat?
2. Where did Sir Thomas More get his account of Richard III?
3. Where did Marta get all the engravings and pictures?
4. What does Grant say of Sir Thomas More now?
5. What was the scandal involving Edward?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Richard notice when he had ridden into the shadow of the Keep?
2. What kind of England existed in the days of the Wars of the Roses?
3. What did Grant first think about when he saw Richard the Third's face?
4. What could have led Richard to respect and admire his brother, Edward?
5. What does Marta suggest he do with his time?
6. How does Grant feel about Sir Thomas More's writings about Richard the Third?
7. What did Richard do to his mother?
8. How does Grant recognize his first visitor, and who does he think she is?
9. What was claimed to have been suggested to a guard at the Tower of London?
10. What has Grant found in the ceiling?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Suggest reasons why Grant doesn't believe he'll like actual detective work as much as he enjoyed researching Richard III. What is the difference between being a detective and being a researcher?
Essay Topic 2
Describe John Morton's motivations for giving inaccurate information to Thomas More. What did this effectively accomplish, three hundred and fifty years later? How are these motivations no different from motivations of this day and age? How do they differ?
Essay Topic 3
Why would a background in psychology be something that Grant would recommend that all historians should do before being able to write? Is that necessary for historians that focus on things like economics or religion? Explain and defend your answer.
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