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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 Arthur promise Mordred in Chapter 15?
(a) He will take care of his son.
(b) Mordred will be made regent.
(c) He will call him legitimate.
(d) Arthur will kill Morgause.
2. Instead of King Arthur, what other name does Arthur go by?
(a) His Majesty.
(b) The Great One.
(c) High King.
(d) The One.
3. As Mordred begins his life as a prince, what does he learn to do?
(a) Fight and get into scrapes.
(b) To read.
(c) Fight, ride, and establish his place.
(d) Ride a pony.
4. What do the two witch sisters feel toward their brother?
(d) Kindred spirits, always connected.
5. What does Nimue have?
(a) A kind heart.
(b) Morgause's trust.
(c) A mean streak.
(d) All the powers and memories of Merlin.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the two men commiserate and connect with one another?
2. Why does Morgause suddenly become scared of Mordred?
3. What does Mordred wonder if he can be?
4. Why is Morgause extremely pleased with Mordred?
5. What are all the Orkney princes aware of?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Morgause sent to a convent instead of back to the islands?
2. How do Brude and Sula like raising Mordred and what do they suspect concerning his origins?
3. What does Mordred feel upon his return home to Brude and Sula?
4. What does Mordred slowly begin to understand about his place as King Lot's bastard?
5. What does Arthur promise to Mordred?
6. Why is Queen Morgan allowed to act in whatever manner she deems necessary?
7. Why does Mordred think that he must watch what he says around Morgause's sons?
8. How is Mordred introduced to the Orkney princes and Queen Morgause?
9. When Arthur reveals that Morgasue is Mordred's mother, how does Mordred react?
10. When the Ornkey princes and their mother arrive at Camelot, why aren't they allowed to enter into the kingdom?
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