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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. What does Troilus spend his nights doing after the dinner with Criseyde?
(a) Fighting the Greeks.
(b) Saving his money.
(c) Thinking about Criseyde.
(d) Keeping his promise.
2. Where does Troilus deliver a long speech to Pandarus?
(a) Criseyde's house.
(b) His room.
(c) A temple.
(d) The garden.
3. Who does Pandarus praise when Troilus agrees to Criseyde's conditions?
(a) Hera and Hermes.
(b) Zeus and Aphrodite.
(c) Portia and Apollo.
(d) Venus and Cupid.
4. Who does Pandarus falsely accuse of being in love with Criseyde?
5. What is to be done during the truce in the war?
(a) A surrender is to be made.
(b) Prisoners are to be exchanged.
(c) A treaty is to be written.
(d) A banquet is to be held.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Pandarus say that he did the things that made him feel ashamed?
2. What does Criseyde tell Troilus has saddened her?
3. What does Troilus think he was destined to do?
4. Why does Criseyde feel the way that she does about her father?
5. How long does Criseyde say that she needs to come up with a plan to escape from the Greeks?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Pandarus begin to feel shameful about his actions?
2. How does Pandarus try to cheer up Troilus upon first learning of the pending trade?
3. Why does Hector oppose the trade of Criseyde for Antenor?
4. What does Pandarus secretly help Troilus and Criseyde do after their first night together?
5. What does Criseyde say to Troilus as she leaves him for the trade?
6. How does Criseyde feel about her father, and why?
7. How does Troilus calm Pandarus when the latter begins to feel ashamed?
8. What excuse does Troilus give for believing the rumors about Criseyde's unfaithfulness?
9. What was Criseyde's first plan to thwart the trade of herself to the Greeks?
10. What is Criseyde's question and Troilus' response to same following his fainting spell?
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