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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. Troilus states that Pandarus has never been successful with which of the following?
2. What does Pandarus beg of Criseyde when she meets Troilus for the first time?
(a) To have pity on him.
(b) To be honest with him.
(c) To give him what he wants.
(d) To explain her situation.
3. Who does Pandarus praise when Troilus agrees to Criseyde's conditions?
(a) Zeus and Aphrodite.
(b) Venus and Cupid.
(c) Portia and Apollo.
(d) Hera and Hermes.
4. Why does Criseyde greet Troilus the way that she does the first time that she meets him?
(a) To shame him for his manipulation.
(b) To thank him for his protection.
(c) To repay him for the letter.
(d) To honor his recent victory.
5. Who takes Antenor prisoner?
(a) The Moors.
(b) The Greeks.
(c) The Romans.
(d) The Trojans.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Troilus think has abandoned him after the meeting focusing on ransoms?
2. Who is the first to oppose the trade proposed by Calkas?
3. Where does Troilus go after the meeting focusing on ransoms?
4. How are Antenor and Troilus related?
5. Why does Pandarus say that he did the things that made him feel ashamed?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Criseyde promise Troilus while they are at the dinner party?
2. What does Pandarus secretly help Troilus and Criseyde do after their first night together?
3. What does Chaucer ask for guidance with in Book III?
4. What does Troilus pretend to do while at the dinner party at his brother's house?
5. What happens when Troilus and Criseyde meet before the trade takes place?
6. What does Pandarus make Troilus promise when Troilus eases his guilt?
7. Why does Pandarus begin to feel shameful about his actions?
8. What does Criseyde say to Troilus as she leaves him for the trade?
9. What causes Criseyde to get upset with Troilus while they are together at Pandarus' house?
10. What leads Troilus to consider suicide?
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