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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Fals-Semblance compare himself to?
(a) A nun.
(b) A wild animal.
(c) A priest.
(d) A villain.
2. The narrator's argument with Reason helps shift the story from allegory to what type of story?
(b) Frame story.
3. Who descends from the tower to talk to the narrator?
4. Who does Cupid scold for retreating?
(c) The narrator.
5. Who does Fals-Semblance refuse to help?
(a) The unfaithful.
(b) The poor.
(c) The abstinent.
(d) The honest.
6. Which characters rally with Sweet Thought?
(a) Looking and Speech.
(b) Courtesy and Charm.
(c) Shame and Anger.
(d) Jealousy and Courtesy.
7. Who takes the crown of flowers to Bialacoil?
(a) The narrator.
8. What message does Reason want to convey to the narrator about youth?
(a) To be happy.
(b) To make his own mistakes.
(c) To consider consequences.
(d) To become religious.
9. What literary device does De Lorris use most?
10. The narrator is advised that using what is the best way to enter the castle?
11. Reasons says that part of the joy and mirth of love is doing which of the following?
(b) Experiencing nonlustful love.
(d) Having children.
12. Who admits to abusing his wife?
13. What is the narrator's view of the arguments that Reason makes?
(a) Reason is rambling.
(b) Reason does not make any sense.
(c) Reason is only trying to hurt him.
(d) Reason is jealous of him.
14. Vekke says that women should try to get which of the following?
(b) Lustful thoughts.
15. Reason says that a good friend will help another in what way?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is compared to the feudal system?
2. When talking with Reason, which character plays devil's advocate?
3. What does Reason say he will keep the narrator safe from?
4. What does Reason compare good fortune to?
5. What is a miser, according to Reason?
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