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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 18, A Night at the Bastille, Chapter 19, The Shadow of M. Fouquet, Chapter 20, The Morning.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Percerin receive his title as tailor to the king?
(a) He won a design contest for the wedding of Henry III.
(b) It is a hereditary title.
(c) He was elected by the guild of tailors.
(d) He was appointed due to his social connections at court.
2. Who does Baisemeaux think that Aramis resembles in Chapter 7?
(a) Monsieur de la Fere.
(d) Cardinal de la Rochelle.
3. What reason does Percerin give to D'Artagnan for being pressed for time and unable to help him and Porthos in Chapter 4?
(a) He is making his own outfit for the party at Vaux.
(b) He is making five costumes for the King.
(c) He is training his apprentices.
(d) He is busy working on all of his financial records.
4. When D'Artagnan comes to visit Porthos in Chapter 2, what reason does Porthos give for his melancholy?
(a) He has no clothes that fit him.
(b) He had not been invited to a party at Vaux he'd hoped to attend.
(c) He had received bad news about his investments in Bracieux.
(d) His estate at Vallon was recently destroyed by a fire.
5. What question does Queen Anne ask Fouquet during the banquet in Chapter 13?
(a) She asks Fouquet what his favorite dish was.
(b) She asks the names of the exotic fruit.
(c) She asks about Fouquet's family.
(d) She asks who is Fouquet's decorator.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which two people overhear the king tell La Valliere he loves her in Chapter 13?
2. Why doesn't Porthos leave the room when D'Artagnan desires to speak secretly with Aramis in Chapter 14?
3. In Chapter 5, Porthos has difficulty recalling Moliere's name correctly and instead calls him by what name, numerous times?
4. What reason does D'Artagnan claim to be laughing in the end of Chapter 5?
5. What is the name of the village where the prisoner spent his early years?
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