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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. Who does the garden the narrator finds belong to?
2. In the allegory, what are shame and dread representative of?
(a) Important parts of a relationship.
(b) Aspects of love.
(c) Characteristics that make one a good partner.
(d) Aspects of personality.
3. Which character resolves to be in good hope?
(c) The narrator.
4. What reason is suggested for becoming a good knight?
(a) To protect others.
(b) To earn money.
(c) To be happy.
(d) To win praise.
5. Who do Dread and Shame wake up?
(a) The narrator.
(b) The rose.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator sit down below after seeing the couples in the garden?
2. Where is the narrator hit by Cupid's arrows?
3. One of the messages in The Romance of the Rose is that hope can do what to a lover?
4. What role does Hope take?
5. Who does Lechery declare war on?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the narrator's request to kiss the rose a turning point in the novel?
2. Describe one of the vices painted on the garden wall.
3. How does Cupid suggest that the narrator can be a good suitor?
4. Describe one of the characters at court in the garden.
5. How is allegory used in The Romance of the Rose?
6. Who is Bialacoil?
7. What does love feel like for the narrator?
8. What does Bialacoil represent in the allegory?
9. What are De Lorris's three motives for writing The Romance of the Rose?
10. What does Venus's presence in the rose garden mean?
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