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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 24, The False King, Chapter 25, In Which Porthos thinks he is pursing a dukedom, and Chapter 26, The Last Adieus.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 threatens Baisemeux with pistols to release the prisoner.
(c) He claims that he saw the order signed in his presence.
(d) He gets Baisemeux drunk and then persuades him.
2. What does Fouquet regard as good omen in Chapter 20?
(a) The position of his eggs when breakfast was served.
(b) The sound of an early morning bird call.
(c) The position of his sword.
(d) The early rainshower in the morning.
3. What does Baisemeaux request from Fouquet before he can release the prisoner in Chapter 22?
(a) An order signed by Aramis.
(b) Proof of Fouquet's identity.
(c) A signed order from the king.
(d) An order signed by Fouquet.
4. What is Pellisson working on in Chapter 6, for the fete at Vaux?
(a) A song for King Louis XIV.
(b) A painting for the king.
(c) The prologue to a play.
(d) A musical composition for the party.
5. How does Baisemeaux ensure that no one sees the king when he brought by Aramis to the prison?
(a) He takes him into the prison by a secret passage.
(b) He forces the king to wear a mask.
(c) He rings a bell and beats a drum to clear the passages.
(d) He forces the king to wear a sack over his head.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the king leaves the passage in Chapter 17, where is he taken?
2. What profession does Baisemeaux hold?
3. When D'Artagnan comes to visit Porthos in Chapter 2, what reason does Porthos give for his melancholy?
4. What does Fouquet request from the king regarding Aramis and Porthos in Chapter 23?
5. Which two people overhear the king tell La Valliere he loves her in Chapter 13?
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