2.3.4 Test (TST): Sins and CrimesTestEnglish IV Sem 1Points Possible:45Name:Amber AstranDate:1. Short-response prompt (15 points)Read the excerpts from "The Monk's Tale."King Peter of SpainO noble, worthy Peter, glory of Spain,Whom fortune held so high in majesty,How bitterly should we lament thy pain,Who by thy brother driven forth to flee,After siege wert caught by treachery,And thus betrayed wert taken to his tentWhere with his own hands he murdered theeAnd gained succession to thy throne and rent!Upon and argent field an eagle sableCaught on a lime-rod gules (if you readThis riddle) brewed the treason and was able— O 'wicked nest'! — to do a wicked deed!No, Oliver of Charlemagne he, to heedHonour and truth, but Brittany's mishap,A Ganelon-Oliver corrupt in greedIt was that brought this King to such a trap!King Peter of CyprusO Peter King of Cyprus, fine and true,That conqueredst Alexandria by the rightOf arms, and didest woe on heathens too,Thy very liegemen envied thee, and spite(no other cause) against thy chivalrous mightMoved them to murder thee upon the morrowThere, on thy bed! Thus Fortune with a lightTurn of her wheel brings men from joy to sorrow.