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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 appears to be the reverse of villainy?
2. The narrator now knows what it is like to be in which of the following?
(a) Great pain.
(b) Cupid's hold.
(c) Venus's garden.
(d) Love's service.
3. Who does Shame protect the roses from?
4. What is distinct about Wikked-Tungue's appearance?
(a) His ears are nonexistent.
(b) His head is a triangle.
(c) His eyes are squares.
(d) His tongue is square.
5. The new style that takes over The Romance of the Rose focuses on what kind of traits?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Shame debate with?
2. The narrator follows the river to which location?
3. Who does Shame dress up like?
4. Who does the "Art of Love" refer to?
5. In what way is Dread portrayed?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Good Hope?
2. How might the reader's sympathy shift as a result of the way the woman reacts to her suitor?
3. How is the story of Narcissus an example of foreshadowing?
4. How is Dread a caricature?
5. What does Bialacoil represent when he is locked away?
6. What is Jealousy's allegorical meaning?
7. Why isn't Hope an allegorical character?
8. What message does the allegory relay about the way a woman reacts to a man's interest?
9. What is the significance of the springtime in the story?
10. How does Cupid suggest that the narrator can be a good suitor?
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