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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Westminster Palace, London, February, 1486, where do Henry and his mother plan to travel?
2. How many sons did Queen Elizabeth have?
3. In Westminster Palace, London, April 1486, who raises an army against Henry?
4. When Henry won the battle against Richard, who paid for his hired troops?
5. In Sheriff Hutton Castle, Yorkshire, Autumn 1485, what is the name of Elizabeth's love who died?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Lady Margaret do while Henry is being threatened by Lovell and the Staffords?
2. In Sheriff Hutton Castle, Yorkshire, Autumn 1485, who is with Elizabeth at the castle?
3. Why does Elizabeth tell Margaret that she and Edward will not dine with Henry and his court in Westminster Palace, London, December 1485?
4. In Sheriff Hutton Castle, Yorkshire, Autumn 1485, what does Elizabeth dream?
5. Who does Henry want Elizabeth's mother to marry and why?
6. What has Maggie's life been like in On the Great North Road, Autumn 1485?
7. In June of 1487 when Henry goes to battle, what does Elizabeth say to him before he goes?
8. In Westminster Palace, London, Christmas 1486, when does Henry say that he goes to see Arthur and what does he do there?
9. In the summer of 1487 who is plotting against Henry?
10. What is Elizabeth told when she asks if she can nurse her baby?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Henry is not respected by the people of England. Why does he not inspire trust in the people of England and why do the people of England not trust him?
Essay Topic 2
Elizabeth marries Henry and eventually becomes the Queen of England. Is Elizabeth’s title as queen a symbol of power or is she queen in name only? Why?
Essay Topic 3
Henry finds being king stressful. How does stress affect Henry, and how does it affect his reign and the things he does?
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