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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 does Despereaux want before the guards lead him to the dungeon?
(a) A piece of cheese.
(b) A last word with the Princess.
(c) A change of clothes.
(d) A last meal.
2. What did Furlough first notice when Despereaux was born?
(a) He never cried.
(b) He held his finger.
(c) He smiled.
(d) His eyes were open.
3. What does the light do to Roscuro?
(a) Fills him with wonder.
(b) Blinds him.
(c) Fills him with sadness.
(d) Makes him turn away.
4. Who does Despereaux recognize as one of the guards?
(a) His sister Merlot.
(b) His uncle.
(c) His brother Furlough.
(d) His father.
5. What broke Roscuro's heart?
(a) The way the King cried for his wife.
(b) That he would never be welcome in the light.
(c) The look the Princess gave him.
(d) That he would not be a guest at the party.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the new prisoner being jailed for?
2. What did Furlough not see the Princess do?
3. What do stories do for Gregory?
4. What happens when he realizes this truth?
5. What is the rope necklace Botticelli wears the locket on made from?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Despereaux refuse to renounce his actions in front of the Mouse Council?
2. How does Antoinette react as the last of her babies is being taken to the dungeon?
3. What happens when the Princess begins to cry?
4. What happens when the King orders that all of the rats be killed?
5. How does Despereaux's behavior get him into trouble?
6. How does the King respond to the Princess when she declares that she intends to keep Despereaux and that she believes that they will be best friends?
7. What is the purpose of the Mouse Council?
8. What does the threadmaster ask Despereaux as he is doing his job?
9. What causes Despereaux to fall in love with the Princess?
10. What is the vote taken by the Mouse Council and what are the results?
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