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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. Where does Llewelyn meet Edward to discuss Rhodri's case?
(a) Bristol Castle.
(b) Rhuddlan Castle.
(c) Westminster Castle.
(d) Chester castle.
2. How does Ellen know Roger de Mortimer?
(a) He used to court her.
(b) He is her sworn enemy.
(c) He is her long lost brother.
(d) He is her former husband.
3. What does the charter that Edward surprises Llewelyn with on his wedding say prevent Llewelyn from doing?
(a) Offering sanctuary to the King's enemies.
(b) Keeping his first born son.
(c) Declaring war on Edward at any time.
(d) Offering soldiers to the King's enemies.
4. What castle does Davydd attack to begin the war?
5. Who does Hugh fall in love with at first sight?
Short Answer Questions
1. What punishment is NOT one that Davydd receives?
2. When does Ellen learn that Edward will actually release her?
3. What does Llewelyn do to help Julianna get to her destination after Ellen's death?
4. What is Llewelyn and Ellen's first fight of their marriage about?
5. When Llewelyn and Davydd argue about part grievances in Chapter 24, what does Llewelyn think?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens between Hugh and Caitlin in Chapters 24 & 25?
2. What actions does Edward take in Chapter 22 to gain Llewelyn's trust and demonstrate that he plans to protect Llewelyn as his liege lord?
3. Who is Roger de Mortimer?
4. What news does Elund surprise everyone with in Chapter 28?
5. How does King Edward punish Davydd?
6. How does Caitlin tell Hugh her feelings about him, and how does he react?
7. When Llewelyn and Davydd encounter one another at the Abbey in Chapter 24, what do they discuss?
8. How does Llewelyn spend the day he is away from home because he and Ellen are fighting?
9. Why does Julianna decide to leave in Chapter 33?
10. What is significant about the day Davydd decides to lead his attack?
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