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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Ellen explains to Llewelyn that she pretends to be nice to Edward only for ________'s sake.
2. Where will Elizabeth's sons live out the rest of their lives?
3. Who does not hold true during the truce of the peace negotiations in Chapter 34?
4. When Llewelyn's hunters injure a stag and it moves onto English territory, how do the English react?
5. How soon does Hugh marry the girl he falls in love with at first sight after meeting her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Edward's plan when he sends John Peckham to Llewelyn in Chapter 34?
2. What happens to Llewelyn when he is in the South in Chapter 36, trying to secure the loyalty of the men there?
3. Who is Roger de Mortimer?
4. 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?
5. When Llewelyn and Davydd encounter one another at the Abbey in Chapter 24, what do they discuss?
6. What is offered the second time Edward sends John over to a peace offering, and how is this offering received.
7. How does Abby find Hugh again at the end of the book?
8. As a rebellion between the English and Welsh appears inevitable in Chapter 25, how are Davydd and Llewelyn reacting differently?
9. How does King Edward punish Davydd?
10. How does Llewelyn spend the day he is away from home because he and Ellen are fighting?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the dramatic structure of The Reckoning, identifying the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and conclusion.
Essay Topic 2
Compare and contrast Llewelyn and Ellen's marriage and relationship with Davydd and Elizabeth's marriage and relationship.
Essay Topic 3
Ellen's death had a major impact on multiple characters. Discuss how her death affected the following:
• The plot
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