|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the book the Monk reads describe the presence of the world?
(a) As a colorful rainbow.
(b) As a green, luscious place.
(c) As a desert wasteland.
(d) As a venemous fungus.
2. Whose grave does the King want to see?
(a) His son's.
(b) His Queen's.
(c) His mother's.
(d) His nephew's.
3. In front of the tower, why does Olivier bully and berate a young Recruit?
(a) For not responding properly to his petty orders.
(b) The Recruit argued with Olivier.
(c) The Recruit was late to his post.
(d) He is shy.
4. How does Olivier speak to the guards?
5. In the distance, what are heard?
(a) Voices chanting for the King.
(b) Voices singing in Latin.
(c) Several arguments.
(d) People screaming.
6. What does Anton urge the Doctor to give the Prisoner?
(a) Some medicine to calm him and make him happy.
(c) A shot to sedate him.
(d) Handcuffs to wear around his wrists and ankles.
7. After Julian sends Simon away, what does he discuss with Anton?
(a) Whether Simon is telling the truth.
(b) Why the King always sends Simon.
(c) When the King will arrive.
(d) Who is in charge of organizing the funeral.
8. What does the King say has eluded him?
(d) His son.
9. What does Sigismund feel he can do?
10. How does Olivier speak about violence to come?
(a) With sadness.
(b) With fear.
(c) With anger.
(d) With pleasure.
11. Julian then talks about how he was manipulated into doing what?
(a) Beating the Prisoner once every day.
(b) Feeding the Prisoner unhealthy food.
(c) Putting the Prisoner in the darkest, most damp cell available.
(d) Putting the Prisoner into the prison cell with windows.
12. What are the Ten Prohibitions?
(a) Acts and behavior the people of this kingdom are forbidden to do.
(b) Types of alcohol the guards are not allowed to drink.
(c) The ten words that the guards are prohibited from using.
(d) Acts and behavior the guards are forbidden to do around the Prisoner.
13. What does the Doctor say is the same as strong will?
(a) Strong arms.
(b) Strong faith.
(c) A strong mind.
(d) Strong thoughts.
14. What does the King tell the other courtiers about Julian's behavior?
(a) It is a good example of true devotion.
(b) It is a disgrace.
(c) It is better than it had been.
(d) It is not as it should be.
15. Who is the visitor Ignatius is happy to see?
(b) The Beggar.
(c) The King.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the setting?
2. How does Sigismund respond when Julian tells him he has to drink the potion to go on a journey?
3. Of what was the Prisoner convicted?
4. The King reminds him that everything he did to his son, Sigismund, he did on who's advice?
5. What happens when Sigismund says, "Father, into thy hands? "
This section contains 561 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)