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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. What is the difference between the way Richard and Henry view the boys?
2. What was the date that Edward died?
3. How long after the proclamation was issued was Lord Hastings beheaded?
4. What was the Amazon's opinion of telegrams?
5. How old was Richard when Edward was married to Eleanor?
Short Essay Questions
1. When reviewing Thomas More's account of Richard the Third, what problem did Alan come up with?
2. What is interesting to note about Richard III's heirs?
3. What was the actual goal of the Covenanters?
4. What idea makes the whole notion of the murder of his nephews ludicrous?
5. What was Henry the Seventh's first action when he came to the throne?
6. What is the difference between what the dragoons were and what they are considered to be by the majority of the populace today?
7. How does Carradine plan to write the book on Richard III?
8. In what ways was Henry VII "sideways as a crab?"
9. What else troubles Alan regarding the nephews, other than the lack of motive to murder them?
10. How did repealing Titulus Regius provide Henry VII with a motive for murder?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Carradine is described as being extremely doting on Atlanta before he found his purpose, and then almost ignoring her to the point of his 'not being any use to her' when he finds a calling. Suggest reasons why this would be the case. Explain what affect this would have on their relationship and on her psyche.
Essay Topic 2
Explain why Grant reminisces so often about old England. Why do you think he longs so much for this older version of his homeland? What beauteous things did it offer? What were its downfalls?
Essay Topic 3
Explain why Henry's validity on demonizing Richard the third would have been destroyed if people had known exactly what happened to the boy princes. Name another historical situation that people might look differently at if they knew the whole truth.
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