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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 is Troilus on the committee to decide the trades in the treaty?
(a) Because he was requested by Hector.
(b) Because he is replacing a fallen member.
(c) Because he is a military leader.
(d) Because h is a prince.
2. Why is Criseyde reluctant to go to Pandarus' house for dinner?
(a) Because she does not feel well.
(b) Because she does not want to see Troilus.
(c) Because it is raining.
(d) Because it is a busy day for her.
3. What is Priam's title?
4. Where does Criseyde go after hearing about the trade?
(a) Pandarus' house.
(b) The palace.
(c) Her room.
(d) Troilus' house.
5. What is Troilus pretending when he and Criseyde first talk?
(a) To be in love.
(b) To be sick.
(c) To be busy.
(d) To be sad.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Troilus go after the meeting focusing on ransoms?
2. What does Chaucer ask for help with in Book III?
3. Why does Pandarus say that he did the things that made him feel ashamed?
4. What does Troilus devote himself to doing following the dinner with Criseyde?
5. Who enters the room shortly after Troilus agrees to Criseyde's demands?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Criseyde feel about her father, and why?
2. What leads Troilus to consider suicide?
3. What does Criseyde promise Troilus while they are at the dinner party?
4. Why does Hector oppose the trade of Criseyde for Antenor?
5. What does Pandarus secretly help Troilus and Criseyde do after their first night together?
6. What does Criseyde say to Troilus as she leaves him for the trade?
7. What happens when Troilus and Criseyde meet before the trade takes place?
8. What causes Criseyde to get upset with Troilus while they are together at Pandarus' house?
9. Why does Troilus not oppose the trade of Criseyde for Antenor?
10. What excuse does Troilus give for believing the rumors about Criseyde's unfaithfulness?
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