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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 30, The Inventory of M. de Beaufort, Chapter 31, The Silver Dish, and Chapter 32, Captives and Jailers.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What causes King Louis to come to terms with his imprisonment in the Bastille?
(a) The shadow of the prison bars cast by the morning sun on his wall.
(b) The sounds of other prisoners wailing in agony.
(c) The appearance of his first meager meal.
(d) The appearance of a giant rat.
2. In Chapter 26, which two countries does Aramis claim to have relations in?
(a) Portugal and Spain.
(b) Italy and Portugal.
(c) Denmark and England.
(d) England and Spain.
3. Why does Aramis propose they take their carriage off of the road so they can converse in Chapter 8?
(a) He does not want to take the carriage off of the road, but wants to have the conversation immediately.
(b) He does not want another carriage to stop and offer assistance to them.
(c) The carriage is broken and needs to be repaired.
(d) They want to abandon the carriage and not have it draw suspicion.
4. What does D'Artagnan think will be the fate of all of those who know the secret of Philippe?
(a) They will live a life of fear.
(b) They will be imprisoned for life.
(c) They will die.
(d) They will live quite indifferently to the secret.
5. What does is the order that Aramis gives to D'Artagnan for in Chapter 20?
(a) The arrest of Fouquet.
(b) The discharge of several soldiers.
(c) The arrest of Colbert.
(d) The release of Fouquet.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why won't the guard fetch the governor when Louis requests him Chapter 18?
2. Why doesn't Porthos leave the room when D'Artagnan desires to speak secretly with Aramis in Chapter 14?
3. Where does D'Artagnan sleep in Fouquet's room in Chapter 19?
4. Why aren't there fresh horses for Aramis and Porthos when they arrive at Orleans in Chapter 26?
5. What prisoner's name does Baisemeaux read on the release in Chapter 8?
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