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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. Why does everyone assume Arthur is dead?
(a) His ring was found and his body is missing.
(b) They found his sword.
(c) They find Arthur's body.
(d) Bedwyr tells them so.
2. When do the Young Celts (the brothers) decide to attack Guinevere and Bedwyr?
(a) During a birthday party.
(b) While they discuss a letter.
(c) At a ball.
(d) When everyone is sleeping.
3. What has happened to Bedwyr?
(a) He was killed by Gawain.
(b) Decided to start a family away from Camelot.
(c) He was sent to Brittany.
(d) He was sent Saxton.
4. What has prevented ships from getting to England?
(a) The death of the Roman Emperor.
(b) A ship accident involving many boats.
(c) The weather.
(d) Roman ships.
5. At the end of the chapter, what has changed about the great King Arthur?
(a) He questions his desire for peace.
(b) His wishes to find a true son.
(c) His quest for war.
(d) He feels defeated.
Short Answer Questions
1. What sends Gaheris into a rage?
2. While Arthur recovers, who is at his side?
3. Who discovers Mordred in his new home?
4. Which brother helps Mordred to escape Camelot?
5. Who is against having the Orkney princes back to the Camelot castle?
Short Essay Questions
1. What causes confusion between all the characters during the last part of the book?
2. What does Arthur begin to question when he learns his son and wife have betrayed them?
3. Why does Arthur choose Mordred to accompany him on the trip to meet the Saxons?
4. Why does Mordred decide to flee Camelot?
5. When Gaheris catches his mother in her lover's arms, how does he react?
6. Why does Mordred promise Guinevere a place at his side?
7. Why does Mordred want to visit Nimue?
8. What confusion occurs in Guinevere's bed chamber?
9. When do the young Celts decide to attack their Queen and Bedwyr?
10. Why does Arthur take away Gaheris' banishment?
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