1. Where does the original ancient Hamlet legend come from?
(a) Ancient greek mythology.
(c) John Updike.
(d) Historia Danica of Saxo Grammaticus.
2. In what city does the Hamlet story have a history of being printed?
(a) New York.
3. Where do the names in Part 2 of the story come from?
(a) From an adaptation that was printed in 1576.
(b) From John Updike's presumptions about the origin of names.
(c) From a different publisher's edition in 1890.
(d) From Shakespeare.
4. Where do the names in Part 3 of the story come from?
(a) From an old English reprint of the second edition.
(b) From Shakespeare's previous drama, since the story is a sequel.
(c) From John Updike's sources.
(d) From the source used by Shakespeare, which was probably German in origin.
5. Which of the following is a name in Part 1?
6. Which of the following is NOT a name in Part 1?
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