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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 does Carradine want to do?
2. Who were arrested as conspirators?
3. Who is "gunning for" Alan?
4. Who had the ability to blow the Act of Titulus Regius to pieces and out to public again?
5. What does Grant send Brent away to do now?
Short Essay Questions
1. What else troubles Alan regarding the nephews, other than the lack of motive to murder them?
2. Why was it important to Morton that Richard be removed from the throne?
3. How did repealing Titulus Regius provide Henry VII with a motive for murder?
4. How does Carradine plan to write the book on Richard III?
5. What is the difference in previous records of Henry and Richard?
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. What led Carradine to believe that Richard wanted to end the feud between the Lancasters and Yorks?
8. What differs in the accounts of how Henry VI's son dies?
9. What is odd about the Tyrrel confession?
10. What idea makes the whole notion of the murder of his nephews ludicrous?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Grant's demeanor change throughout his stay at the hospital? Explain why and how this is the case.
Essay Topic 2
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 3
Explain how historical accuracy is necessary to formulate an honest opinion of a person, place or event. Is it ever possible to get accounts that are truly historically accurate? How do you determine whether one account is more accurate than another?
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