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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. Where do people stand on soap boxes to speak of things of little consequence that few believe?
2. Who is "gunning for" Alan?
3. What was the date that Edward died?
4. What did Richard stand to gain by releasing Jane Shore, a conspirator, in a plot to murder him?
5. Who sent Alan a letter?
Short Essay Questions
1. What kind of steps would Richard have taken if the rumor about him killing his nephews was a general rumor?
2. What was the difference in the Queen Dowager's treatment under Edward and under Henry?
3. What led Carradine to believe that Richard wanted to end the feud between the Lancasters and Yorks?
4. What was Henry the Seventh's first action when he came to the throne?
5. What evidence is there to show that Richard wasn't vindictive to Lord Hastings?
6. How does Carradine plan to write the book on Richard III?
7. What is the difference between what the dragoons were and what they are considered to be by the majority of the populace today?
8. What did Richard do on the Fifth of June?
9. What is considered to be almost inappropriate actions of the royal family following Edward's death?
10. What was the actual goal of the Covenanters?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Imagine why Mrs. Tinker always carries the same ratty handbag and wears the same hat. What does this say about the character? What does this explain about her personality? Why do you think that she never wore the bags that Grant bought her?
Essay Topic 2
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.
Essay Topic 3
In your opinion, what is the most convincing reason for Richard not to have killed his nephews? Take quotes from the book and argue creatively.
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