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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why might someone try to harm the Queen at the play?
(a) She just executed several popular people.
(b) She is heirless.
(c) She just passed some very restrictive laws.
(d) She is a tyrant.
2. What does Gil want to do after hearing Nat's story?
(a) Have Nat write down the sonnet Shakespeare wrote for Nat.
(b) Tell someone in the scientific community to try to get an explanation.
(c) Look in the history books to learn about the earlier Nat.
(d) Get Nat some counseling.
3. Where is Nat in Chapter 17?
(a) In Guy's Hospital, 1999.
(b) In the Globe Theater, 1989.
(c) In Stratford on Avon, 1599.
(d) In Guy's Hospital, 1989.
4. What does the flag flying over the Globe indicate?
(a) The flag indicates that the theater is closed.
(b) There will be a performance that afternoon.
(c) The flag indicates that the Duke of York is in attendance at the performance.
(d) It is flown to show the Globe's loyalty to the Queen.
5. What does Shakespeare say about the show to Burbage and Nat?
(a) It will be a private performance for the Queen only.
(b) It will be sold out.
(c) It will start a little late because of security issues.
(d) It will be a double feature.
6. Why is the Nat of the modern era sad?
(a) Nat Field of the earlier era dies pretty young.
(b) Nat Field of the earlier era is murdered for a few coins.
(c) The Queen has the Nat Field of the earlier era beheaded for his associate with a group of conspirators.
(d) Losing contact with Shakespeare.
7. Who is Richard Babage?
(b) Shakespeare's brother-in-law.
(c) Nat's uncle.
(d) Aunt Jen's boyfriend.
8. Why is Shakespeare nervous as he dresses himself in Chapter 13?
(a) He has an audience with the King.
(b) It is the day that the Queen is to attend the Globe.
(c) Nat has to go back to St. Paul's the next day.
(d) He is not nervous, just dressing more carefully.
9. What does Arby say was a task he was given?
(a) To make Nat famous.
(b) To save Shakespeare.
(c) To teach the boys good acting skills.
(d) To be a substitute father to Nat.
10. Why does Nat go to the theater after breakfast?
(a) To ask Arby to release him from his contract.
(b) To talk to Rachel.
(c) To tell the group he is returning to the United States.
(d) To prepare for the first performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
11. How does Nat leave the hospital?
(a) In a wheelchair.
(b) Walking slowly.
(c) He cannot leave yet.
(d) On a gurney.
12. Where does Jennifer come from to go to Guy's hospital?
(b) South Carolina.
(d) New Orleans.
13. Why does a day laborer flash a sign to ward evil at Nat?
(a) The laborer thinks Shakespeare is a warlock.
(b) The laborer does that for good luck.
(c) The laborer thinks Nat is a witch.
(d) The laborer mistook Nat for someone else.
14. Why does Arby say Shakespeare was sad?
(a) Because Burbage betrays him.
(b) Nat Field never returned to Shakespeare's Company.
(c) At the loss of Nat after losing Hammet.
(d) Because the Queen never trusts him.
15. What is Nat's impression of the Queen?
(a) She is incredibly beautiful.
(b) She is very short.
(c) She is cruel.
(d) She is not as beautiful as he expects.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Nat worry about as far as St. Paul's school is concerned?
2. Who visits Nat at the Fisher's home?
3. What does Nick Tooley ask Nat about Nat's aunt?
4. How does Nat use St. Paul's as an excuse?
5. What is one book Arby gives Nat?
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