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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. After the Scots invade in 1496, how much does Henry demand from Parliament to pay for soldiers to stand against the Scots?
2. In 1495, near what castle does the court stay for the summer?
3. In 1493, how old is Elizabeth's grandmother Cecily Duchess of York?
4. In 1491, how old is Elizabeth's cousin Margaret?
5. In Westminster Palace, London, Spring 1493, how many people does Elizabeth realize there may be writing secret letters, storing weapons, and making plans to kill the Tudors?
Short Essay Questions
1. In 1492, what is Henry like after he marches on France and receives a promise that the boy will be turned over him?
2. What does Elizabeth say to Lady Margaret in 1497 when London is attacked and Lady Margaret orders Elizabeth to stay?
3. In the autumn of 1497, what does Henry tell Elizabeth she must do when he brings the boy to London?
4. What awakens Elizabeth in the autumn of 1495?
5. Who points out the beacons in the summer of 1495 and how does that person feel about the beacons?
6. In 1491, why is Margaret, Elizabeth's cousin, glad to marry Sir Richard Pole?
7. What does Elizabeth's mother tell her about love in the Spring of 1489?
8. Who are the Cornishmen and why do they start grumbling in 1497?
9. When Elizabeth first meets Lady Katherine Huntly in 1497, how does she describe the woman?
10. In 1492, what does Elizabeth see and hear as England arms for war?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Elizabeth had a close relationship with her mother. What type of relationship did the two women have, and how did their relationship affect Elizabeth and the type of woman she is?
Essay Topic 2
Henry and Elizabeth face many challenges in their life together. How does the development of Henry’s character through these challenges compare to how Elizabeth’s character develops?
Essay Topic 3
Henry would not have married Elizabeth if she was barren. Why was having children so important, and how did children represent stability for their families?
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