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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. Reason encourages the narrator to be which of the following?
(a) An animal.
(b) A rebel.
(c) A prince.
(d) A warrior.
2. Which activity does Reason condemn?
(b) Spending money.
3. Who is describes as being a cruel overlord by Reason?
4. What is the narrator's view of the arguments that Reason makes?
(a) Reason does not make any sense.
(b) Reason is rambling.
(c) Reason is only trying to hurt him.
(d) Reason is jealous of him.
5. Genius or Kinde are references to which of the following?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who criticizes William Seynt Amour?
2. What does Reason compare good fortune to?
3. Wealth is a result of what, according to Reason?
4. What does Fals-Semblance disguise himself as?
5. What message does Reason want to convey to the narrator about youth?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Reason a mouthpiece for?
2. How do the topics and themes in The Romance of the Rose change with the change in authors?
3. How is hope rallied in the text?
4. How does Reason personify fortune?
5. Why does the narrator listen to Reason's arguments?
6. Why does Reason disapprove of gifts?
7. How does Cupid respond to Fals-Semblance?
8. Describe Frend.
9. What criticisms of the church does The Romance of the Rose offer?
10. What does Cupid's laughter represent in his discussion with Fals-Semblance?
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