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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6, The Beehive, the Bees, and the Honey, Chapter 7, Another supper at the Bastille, and Chapter 8, The General of the Order.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Baisemeaux think that Aramis resembles in Chapter 7?
(a) Cardinal de la Rochelle.
(c) Monsieur de la Fere.
2. What is unique about the postilion of the final relay of in Chapter 8?
(a) He is deaf and dumb.
(b) He is a relative of the king.
(c) He is a musketeer.
(d) He is a foreigner that does not speak French.
3. In Chapter 2, who does D'Artagnan plan to take Porthos to, to solve his problem?
(a) The King.
(b) A priest.
(c) Monsieur Percerin.
4. Why does Aramis propose they take their carriage off of the road so they can converse in Chapter 8?
(a) He does not want another carriage to stop and offer assistance to them.
(b) They want to abandon the carriage and not have it draw suspicion.
(c) He does not want to take the carriage off of the road, but wants to have the conversation immediately.
(d) The carriage is broken and needs to be repaired.
5. What does Aramis do to persuade Baisemeux to release the prisoner without further verifying the letter is not a forgery?
(a) He writes a letter verfiying the order.
(b) He gets Baisemeux drunk and then persuades him.
(c) He claims that he saw the order signed in his presence.
(d) He threatens Baisemeux with pistols to release the prisoner.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 5, Porthos has difficulty recalling Moliere's name correctly and instead calls him by what name, numerous times?
2. What prisoner's name does Baisemeaux read on the release in Chapter 8?
3. How did the prisoner discover that the lady who visited him monthly during his childhood was the Queen?
4. What pets does Percerin keep due to special permission from King Louis XIV?
5. What does Aramis do when Baisemeaux is not looking in Chapter 8?
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