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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With what does the Gypsy Girl say she is pregnant?
(b) A tumor.
(d) Olivier's child.
2. What does the King give Julian as a symbol of his authority?
(a) A ring.
(b) A medal.
(c) A pin.
(d) A crown.
3. How does Adam communicate with Sigismund?
(a) Only through gestures.
(b) By whispers.
(c) By yelling loudly.
(d) In another language.
4. How does the Gypsy Girl react when Sigismund tells her of a rumor that Olivier has been killed in battle?
(a) She cries.
(b) She screams.
(c) She just laughs.
(d) She does not react.
5. A rebel named Jeronim tells other rebels that Sigismund's insane-sounding words are proof of what?
(a) He should not be their leader.
(b) He is insane.
(c) He is not the King's son.
(d) How the King and nobility drove him mad and are therefore evil and must be punished.
6. What does Sigismund sense?
(a) He is about to die.
(c) Hatred among the people.
(d) Something important is about to happen to him.
7. It is the cause of the shooting that is heard?
(a) It is coming from the tower.
(b) It came from members of the Green Faction who have camped nearby.
(c) It came from the King's army in the castle.
(d) It is a small band of peasants from a nearby village.
8. Who is the Confessor?
(a) The courtier who has been with Sigismund.
(b) The hearer of the King's prayers and confessions.
(c) A spy for the King.
(d) One who confesses his sins to the King.
9. Why does Sigismund dismiss the others?
(a) So he can plan his next military coup.
(b) He wants to be alone.
(c) He needs to pray.
(d) So he can talk with the Gypsy Girl alone.
10. Who is the Children's King?
(a) He is the King's son by a servant, and he was kidnapped by his mother and raised in the woods.
(b) He is the younger son of the King and Queen.
(c) He is an outgoing peasant boy who the other children call king.
(d) He is a boy that has decided to organize a militia group of children.
11. Where does the King think he might like to withdraw?
(a) To the monastery the way Ignatius did.
(b) To a cabin in the moutains.
(c) To a resort by a beach.
(d) To the forest.
12. How does the King take the Confessor to mean by his statement regarding executions?
(a) There is hardly anything Sigismund can do to be executed.
(b) No one may be executed.
(c) He must convince others that Sigismund is not of royal blood.
(d) No matter how slight Sigismund's transgression, the King has the right to execute him.
13. What does the King express to the Doctor?
(a) His dislike.
(b) His fear.
(c) His uncertainties.
(d) His gratitude.
14. Why does Olivier want weapons drawn on Sigismund?
(a) To see if he recognizes objects.
(b) To scare him.
(c) To kill him.
(d) To embarrass him.
15. What does Sigismund do with Julian's request regarding the royal robes?
(a) He refuses to hang them out the window.
(b) He puts them on.
(c) He refuses to put them on.
(d) He burns them.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sigismund say about Marcus Aurelius?
2. How does Julian refer to Sigismund?
3. Why does Olivier demand that Sigismund accuse Julian?
4. What are peasants and other citizens doing?
5. Julian unwraps the bundle of royal robes brought in by Anton and insists Sigismund do what with them?
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