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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Nat realize must have happened to him?
(a) He somehow switched places with the Nat Field of the earlier era.
(b) He fell through a dimensional warp.
(c) His father must have helped him transport to the earlier era.
(d) He had a hallucinogenic dream while very ill.
2. Why does a day laborer flash a sign to ward evil at Nat?
(a) The laborer thinks Shakespeare is a warlock.
(b) The laborer mistook Nat for someone else.
(c) The laborer thinks Nat is a witch.
(d) The laborer does that for good luck.
3. Who does Nat think is a stronger presence on stage than Shakespeare?
(b) No one.
4. Why is Shakespeare nervous as he dresses himself in Chapter 13?
(a) Nat has to go back to St. Paul's the next day.
(b) He is not nervous, just dressing more carefully.
(c) It is the day that the Queen is to attend the Globe.
(d) He has an audience with the King.
5. What does Aunt Jen do when she sees Nat?
(a) Tousles Nat's hair.
(b) Nothing as she is not there.
6. How does Nat leave the hospital?
(a) He cannot leave yet.
(b) In a wheelchair.
(c) Walking slowly.
(d) On a gurney.
7. What explanation is there for why Nat Field did not see Shakespeare again?
(a) Nat was offered a spot in a more prestigious group.
(b) Shakespeare dies before Nat graduates from St. Paul's.
(c) The real Nat Field of that era never met Shakespeare.
(d) They are not sure why.
8. Why is the earlier era Nat kept isolated in the hospital for a week?
(a) He has the bubonic plague which is extremely contagious.
(b) He has a virulent strain of flu.
(c) He has smallpox.
(d) He has the hanta virus.
9. What does the audience yell at Nat as he is playing Puck?
(a) Go home.
(d) A warning about a mistake Puck is about to make.
10. Who is Jennifer Field?
(a) Nat's mother.
(b) Nat's oldest sister.
(c) Nat's next-door neighbor.
(d) Nat's aunt.
11. What does Nat decide to immerse himself in instead of worrying?
(a) Rehearsing "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
(b) Finding a way back to his own time.
(c) Learning all he can from Shakespeare.
(d) Finding a way to make Roper less hostile.
12. 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.
13. What kind of mood is Arby in when Nat arrives?
14. How many books mention the earlier Nat Field?
15. What does Gil want to do after hearing Nat's story?
(a) Look in the history books to learn about the earlier Nat.
(b) Have Nat write down the sonnet Shakespeare wrote for Nat.
(c) Get Nat some counseling.
(d) Tell someone in the scientific community to try to get an explanation.
Short Answer Questions
1. What seems to confound the Nat from the 16th century in his isolation room?
2. Who/What will be at the theater if the Queen is in attendance?
3. What is one book Arby gives Nat?
4. Why does Arby say Shakespeare was sad?
5. What does Nat ask if he can do when he graduates St. Paul's?
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