1. What does the author say the aim of the book is in the introduction?
(a) To collect interesting personal information about Elizabeth I.
(b) To record the history of the Tudor dynasty.
(c) To earn the author a doctoral degree.
(d) To show how similar Elizabeth I was to her father Henry VIII.
2. According to the introduction, on what does the book focus?
(a) Queen Elizabeth I.
(b) The Protestant Reformation.
(c) The Spanish Armada.
(d) Life in England during Elizabeth's reign.
3. Which of the following statements does not describe the effect the book's focus has on the book's shape?
(a) The book is arranged in chronological order.
(b) The shape of the book is very irregular.
(c) Some minor events are relayed in great detail.
(d) Some important events get a very brief mention.
4. Where does the author say she gets her information about the queen from?
(a) Various sources already published.
(b) Secret diaries of Queen Elizabeth.
(c) Secret diaries of Lord Burleigh.
(d) Spanish and French documents about Elizabeth I.
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