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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The King reminds him that everything he did to his son, Sigismund, he did on who's advice?
(c) His wife's.
(d) The prophecy's.
2. What does the King want to do to Ignatius?
(a) Forcibly take Ignatius back to court and make him give proper advice.
(b) Kill Ignatius for the hateful things he says.
(c) Make Ignatius inherit the crown when the King dies.
(d) Have Ignatius burned on the stake as a heretic.
3. What does the King do when the Young Monk reads another quote?
(a) He sits on a bench and listens.
(b) He turns to leave.
(c) He tries to interrupt him.
(d) He joins in reciting the quote.
4. What is revealed about the Peasant Woman?
(a) She is the King's sister.
(b) She is Sigismund's sister.
(c) She is Sigismund's foster mother from the farm family with whom he lived early in his life.
(d) She is Sigismund's mother and the Queen.
5. How does Ignatius respond when the Young Monk reads a quote about an innocent man being condemned?
(a) He begins to cry.
(b) He turns to leave.
(c) He glares at the King.
(d) He loses his temper.
6. what does the Doctor think about what has been done to Sigismund?
(a) It is interesting.
(b) It is monstrous.
(c) It is sad.
(d) It is incredible.
7. The conviction was the direct result of what before the Prisoner was born?
(a) A witch that arrived.
(b) A prophecy that appeared.
(c) A severe storm that appeared.
(d) A dream the King had.
8. What does the King hope that Ignatius will be able to do?
(a) Help him.
(b) Stay in the monastery.
(c) Run away.
(d) Leave him.
9. What does Ignatius say about how the terror and remorse the King is experiencing?
(a) He should feel it more often.
(b) They are part of the true face of God, the spirit of judgment. The King cries for help.
(c) The king does not deserves these.
(d) They are sad but difficult to change.
10. Who does Olivier think can sense "the bloodshed to come?"
(a) The guards.
(b) The pigeons.
(c) The Jewish smugglers.
(d) The princes.
11. He adds that Julian's spiritual freedom depends on what?
(a) His desire to be saved.
(b) To whom he prays.
(c) The Prisoner's physical freedom.
(d) How often he attends mass.
12. Who does Pancras tell Olivier is making the noise?
(a) The Prisoner.
(b) The Recruit.
(c) The King.
(d) The Guards.
13. What did the prophecy contain?
(a) A war with France.
(b) Horrifying images of war and violence.
(c) The death of his son.
(d) A peaceful kingdom.
14. Sigismund says he feels so powerful that he can do what?
(a) Jump out of the tower and land safely on the ground.
(b) Knock down the door to the tower.
(c) Blow away a straw and a stone tower with equal ease.
(d) Take power away from the King.
15. What is the setting of this scene?
(a) A church.
(b) A castle.
(c) The tower.
(d) A monastery.
Short Answer Questions
1. How has Simon come?
2. About what are the citizens talking?
3. What does Anton urge the Doctor to give the Prisoner?
4. What does Julian tell the Doctor he is expected to do, regarding the Prisoner's health?
5. How does the book the Monk reads describe the presence of the world?
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