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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Owen de la Pole is Gruffydd's ___________.
2. Why does Davydd single Ellen out initially to ask a question in Chapter 17?
(a) She looks friendly.
(b) She is the prettiest girl around.
(c) She is the only other person around.
(d) He thinks he recognizes her.
3. Nell tell Amaury that all of her regrets in life are for ___________.
4. Where does the King tell Hugh in Chapter 15 that he will be imprisoned?
(a) Dolwyddelan Castle.
(b) Chester Castle.
(c) Corfe Castle.
(d) Bristol Castle.
5. Why does Llewelyn make a sudden request of Nell in Chapter 11?
(a) He wants to expand his land.
(b) He loves her.
(c) He needs an heir.
(d) He feels guilty for the past.
Short Answer Questions
1. After hearing the confession of who was behind the plot to murder him, Llewelyn burns Gruffydd's castle at ________ to the ground and claims the Powys lands.
2. In Chapter 17, what does Ellen say is all she sees when she looks at Edward?
3. Who is Eleanora?
4. What does Hugh disguise himself as in order to find out more information about Ellen's situation in Chapter 15?
5. What is the name of the cog Ellen sails on to meet Llewelyn?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Llewelyn do in Chapter 11 when he realizes he desperately need a heir?
2. Why does being injured in Chapter 6 end up making Edward even stronger?
3. What is Amaury's connection to the de Montfort brothers?
4. How and why does Hugh gain Brian's trust?
5. How does Edward, as the new King of England, respond to Nell's request for help?
6. How is the Abby symbolic in Chapter 18 of the end of something?
7. How and why does Davydd get married?
8. Who is Hugh de Whitton, and what is his role in the first chapter of the book?
9. What is unique about Nell de Montfort's living arrangement?
10. What happens after Bran leaves Guy in Chapter 5?
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