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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Nat go to the theater after breakfast?
(a) To talk to Rachel.
(b) To tell the group he is returning to the United States.
(c) To ask Arby to release him from his contract.
(d) To prepare for the first performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
2. What is one thing that worries Nat?
(a) Harry will get picked up because of Nat.
(b) Roper will realize Nat is impersonating the other Nat.
(c) Nat will have to return to his own time too soon.
(d) Shakespeare and Burbage are frightened.
3. What does Gil want to do after hearing Nat's story?
(a) Get Nat some counseling.
(b) Tell someone in the scientific community to try to get an explanation.
(c) Have Nat write down the sonnet Shakespeare wrote for Nat.
(d) Look in the history books to learn about the earlier Nat.
4. Who/What will be at the theater if the Queen is in attendance?
(a) Special seating.
(c) Special foods.
(d) Nothing different from usual.
5. What does Nat compare when he is able to go back to rehearsals?
(a) The Globe of the two time periods.
(b) Each person and their possible counterpart.
(c) Shakespeare's lines then versus now.
(d) Nothing; there is no comparison.
6. What does Nat remember from his history lesson about the Earl of Essex?
(a) The Queen had the Earl executed.
(b) The Earl adopted a son from the theater.
(c) The Earl died of the plague.
7. 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) Finding a way to make Roper less hostile.
(d) Learning all he can from Shakespeare.
8. What happens when Nat rises higher and higher in his dream?
(a) He rises with his mother's spirit.
(b) He escapes the tower.
(c) He is free from his father's grasp.
(d) He falls out of the tower and flies away.
9. About what does Nat yearn to tell the group?
(a) The dangers of dirt.
(b) His younger sister's acting.
(c) The advancements of the 20th century.
(d) His parents' deaths.
10. How does Nat feel about Shakespeare when the man is on the stage?
(a) Nat thinks Shakespeare is not as good an actor as writer.
(b) In awe of Shakespeare.
(c) Nat thinks Shakespeare should just act and not write.
(d) Nat thinks Shakespeare is arrogant on the stage.
11. What does Shakespeare say Nat must do about St. Paul's?
(a) Ask St. Paul's to teach students more about politics.
(b) Start a theater group there.
(c) Leave the school.
(d) Return there.
12. About what does Nat tell Gil from his time with Shakespeare?
(a) About Shakespeare's son.
(b) About Shakespeare's wonderful wife.
(c) About Shakespeare's political involvments.
(d) About the sonnet Shakespeare gives Nat.
13. Why is the earlier era Nat kept isolated in the hospital for a week?
(a) He has the hanta virus.
(b) He has the bubonic plague which is extremely contagious.
(c) He has a virulent strain of flu.
(d) He has smallpox.
14. What does the audience yell at Nat as he is playing Puck?
(b) A warning about a mistake Puck is about to make.
(c) Go home.
15. What does Nat worry about as far as St. Paul's school is concerned?
(a) That the school will cease to exist if Nat creates a paradox.
(b) That the school will reopen before Nat gets back to his time.
(c) That he'll return there and no one will recognize him.
(d) That he will take the plague to the school.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Nat leave the hospital?
2. What seems to confound the Nat from the 16th century in his isolation room?
3. What confuses Nat?
4. What does Rachel notice as she hugs Nat?
5. About what does Sam Gilbourne ask Nat?
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