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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 are Wulfgar's men acting sad and listless around the house?
(a) They are homesick.
(b) They miss Aislinn.
(c) They ware battle weary.
(d) They think Wulfgar will lose the joust.
2. Who approaches Wulfgar with grievances when he returns to Darkenwald?
3. Who was the other knight that set up Wulfgar to be killed at the village?
4. Why are Aislinn's things taken from Wulfgar's room to accommodations at court?
(a) Aislinn wants to marry into royalty.
(b) William wants her under his protection.
(c) William wants her as his own mistress.
(d) Aislinn wants to study in London.
5. What does Maida know about Aislinn when she is visiting her?
(a) Aislinn loves Wulfgar.
(b) Aislinn is very ill.
(c) Aislinn is pregnant.
(d) Aislinn is going to escape.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the woman at the party NOT do to Wulfgar?
2. What does Haylan call Aislinn?
3. What does Aislinn desire most of all at this point in her life?
4. Why does Aislinn suddenly turn angry at Wulfgar?
5. What does Aislinn claim that she is if Wulfgar won't marry her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What arguments does Aislinn give for not wanting to attend the ceremonies for William?
2. How are Wulfgar's concerns abated when he sees the newborn child?
3. What advice does Bolsgar give Wulfgar regarding Aislinn?
4. What facts does Maida reveal that proves that Bryce could not be Ragnor's son?
5. What worries does Wulfgar have regarding the new baby?
6. What position does Wulfgar offer to Kerwick?
7. How does Wulfgar surprise Aislinn with a wedding?
8. How does Wulfgar respond when Aislinn tells him she has nothing but a ragged dress to wear?
9. What are Wulfgar's plans for the unborn child and what does Aislinn do in response?
10. When is the joust held and how does Wulfgar spend the morning preparing?
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