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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 Margaret thinking about when she becomes ill at the conclusion of "The Thistle and the Rose"?
(a) The future of England and Scotland.
(b) Her husbands.
(c) Her own children.
(d) Her gowns.
2. Who is Katherine?
(a) Margaret's third daughter.
(b) Margaret's cousin.
(c) Henry's wife.
(d) Mary's daughter.
3. Where is Mary when Margaret becomes ill at the end of the novel?
(a) In England.
(b) Margaret isn't sure but wants to know.
(c) By James's side on the throne.
(d) By her side.
4. What is the age relationship between Margaret and Harry?
(a) This is a trick question; their ages are never really discussed in the novel.
(b) Margaret is much younger.
(c) They are about the same age.
(d) Harry is much younger.
5. Who does Albany send when he himself is invited to Henry's court during Margaret's stay in England?
(a) One of King James's illegitimate children.
(b) Baby James.
(c) An emissary.
(d) No one, which is a horrible insult to Henry.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Angus plan to keep doing even though he has technically returned to Margaret?
2. How does Margaret respond to all of the events that Henry plans when she returns to England?
3. What does Margaret want to convince Angus to do with her?
4. What does James demand in front of Parliament?
5. Where does Angus flee once James assumes the throne?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Katherine and Henry react to Margaret's plans for divorce?
2. Why does the French king allow Albany to remain in France after Margaret returns to England?
3. How does Angus foil one of James's escape attempts?
4. Once Margaret learns that Albany has also been unfaithful, where does she put all of her energy and determination?
5. What does Henry do to impress upon Margaret how his English Court is superior to her Scottish one?
6. What does Albany know will happen when he starts courting Margaret?
7. Why do the servants eventually let James walk away from his imprisonment?
8. What does Angus believe about his relationship with Margaret, even though she acts aloof when she sees him after learning of his infidelity?
9. How does James Hamilton make Margaret feel?
10. What is problematic about Margaret's relationship with Harry?
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