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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. What is a miser, according to Reason?
(a) One who spends money.
(b) One who hoards money.
(c) One who wastes popularity.
(d) One who hoards popularity.
2. What can Hardinesse help overcome?
(b) Mental illness.
(c) Poor health.
3. Who advises the narrator on the best way to enter the castle?
4. Which character bemoans that all men are prone to falling in love?
(b) The narrator.
5. What has happened to the narrator when Fals-Semblance and Abstinence are negotiating?
(a) The narrator has entered the castle.
(b) The narrator has taken the focus of the story.
(c) The narrator has dropped out of action.
(d) The narrator woke up.
Short Answer Questions
1. What weapon does Fals-Semblance have hidden?
2. Who admits to abusing his wife?
3. What does Reason compare good fortune to?
4. Who does Fals-Semblance refuse to help?
5. Who criticizes William Seynt Amour?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the main differences between Venus and Cupid?
2. Why does the narrator listen to Reason's arguments?
3. How does Reason personify fortune?
4. What is Reason a mouthpiece for?
5. How does Reason relate love to the feudal system?
6. How is Fals-Semblance comparable to a priest?
7. Why does Reason disapprove of gifts?
8. How does Cupid's discussion of prostitution and courtly love appear cynical?
9. What does Reason say about marriages producing children?
10. What immorality does Reason describe?
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