The Ultimate
The Prince
Book Quiz

Question 1 of 13

What is fortune compared to in chapter 25?

  • A flooding river
  • A heavy rain
  • A light sprinkle
  • A waterfall

Question 2 of 13

What should a prince have a reputation of?

  • Being a "man of outstanding ability"
  • Being a "man of oustanding nobility"
  • Being a "man of outstanding cunning"
  • Being a "man of oustanding skill"

Question 3 of 13

How should a prince keep his word?

  • Both by force and by law
  • By force
  • By law
  • He shouldn't keep his word

Question 4 of 13

What are the two essential components of a strong state?

  • Good laws and good armies
  • Good armies and good medicine
  • Good laws and good judges
  • Good armies and good benefits

Question 5 of 13

What is incredibly important to a prince in regards to his people?

  • Loyalty
  • Friendship
  • Health
  • War

Question 6 of 13

Who is the example shared of a person who became a king through crime?

  • Agathocles
  • Henry VIII
  • Julias Caesar
  • Medici

Question 7 of 13

What is a way NOT discussed about how to become a prince?

  • Fame
  • Criminal acts
  • Fortune
  • Prowess

Question 8 of 13

In what country was this book written?

  • Italy
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • France

Question 9 of 13

How should the prince appear to his people as discussed in chapter 3?

  • Unfamiliar
  • Knowledgeable
  • Secretive
  • Friendly

Question 10 of 13

What type of regime is The Prince discussing?

  • Autocratic
  • Republican
  • Democratic
  • Communistic

Question 11 of 13

What is NOT a main concern of the book?

  • Communication
  • Power politics
  • Warcraft
  • Popular goodwill

Question 12 of 13

Who was The Prince written for?

  • Lorenzo de Medici
  • Julias Caesar
  • King Henry VIII
  • King Henry VI

Question 13 of 13

Who wrote The Prince?

  • Machiavelli
  • Dante
  • Shakespeare
  • Sophocles

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