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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 is Priam's title?
2. What does Pandarus think will cause Troilus to kill himself?
(a) Seeing Criseyde upset.
(b) Hearing his father's voice.
(c) Leaving Criseyde in the trade.
(d) Seeing Criseyde leave.
3. What does Troilus say that he would rather do than disgrace Criseyde?
(a) Suffer through a real sickness.
(c) Fight another war.
(d) Be locked in prison.
4. What does Criseyde hide her head with while talking to Troilus in Pandarus's house?
(a) Her dressing gown.
(b) Her veil.
(c) A towel.
(d) A blanket.
5. What does Troilus spend his nights doing after the dinner with Criseyde?
(a) Keeping his promise.
(b) Thinking about Criseyde.
(c) Fighting the Greeks.
(d) Saving his money.
Short Answer Questions
1. Pandarus says that he is ashamed of which of the following?
2. Where does Troilus go after the meeting focusing on ransoms?
3. What is to be done during the truce in the war?
4. Why does Criseyde greet Troilus the way that she does the first time that she meets him?
5. What is Antenor's occupation?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Pandarus get Criseyde to spend the night at his house?
2. What does Criseyde promise Troilus while they are at the dinner party?
3. Why does Calkas want to trade Antenor for Criseyde?
4. What did Criseyde say that she would have done had Troilus really killed himself?
5. What excuse does Troilus give for believing the rumors about Criseyde's unfaithfulness?
6. What is Criseyde's question and Troilus' response to same following his fainting spell?
7. What does Criseyde say to Troilus as she leaves him for the trade?
8. How does Troilus calm Pandarus when the latter begins to feel ashamed?
9. What is the focus of the long speech that Troilus delivers to Pandarus?
10. What does Pandarus make Troilus promise when Troilus eases his guilt?
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