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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Shakespeare nervous as he dresses himself in Chapter 13?
(a) He has an audience with the King.
(b) He is not nervous, just dressing more carefully.
(c) It is the day that the Queen is to attend the Globe.
(d) Nat has to go back to St. Paul's the next day.
2. What does Rachel notice as she hugs Nat?
(a) A green leaf painted on Nat's neck.
(b) He is much thinner.
(c) An old gold coin on the table with Queen Elizabeth I's picture on it.
(d) A poem sticking out of Nat's pocket.
3. Why does Nat go to the theater after breakfast?
(a) To prepare for the first performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
(b) To talk to Rachel.
(c) To ask Arby to release him from his contract.
(d) To tell the group he is returning to the United States.
4. Why do Gil and Rachel believe Nat's tale about his trip to an earlier time?
(a) They do not believe him.
(b) The details Nat supplies and the green leaf.
(c) The sonnet Nat has that is penned in Shakespeare's own hand.
(d) The coin Nat has.
5. What do Nat and his Aunt Jen agree to do?
(a) Move to London.
(b) Talk more openly about Nat's father.
(c) Take a trip to Shakespeare's home.
(d) Return to the United States.
6. What does Nick Tooley ask Nat about Nat's aunt?
(a) If she is a wise woman.
(b) If she is an actor.
(c) If she is married.
(d) If she is his dad's sister.
7. Why does a day laborer flash a sign to ward evil at Nat?
(a) The laborer mistook Nat for someone else.
(b) The laborer thinks Nat is a witch.
(c) The laborer thinks Shakespeare is a warlock.
(d) The laborer does that for good luck.
8. What do Gil and Rachel realize is a result of the swap of the two Nats?
(a) Shakespeare does not contract the plague and die.
(b) There's more information about that time.
(c) Nat can become a Shakespeare expert.
(d) Nat can act just as Shakespeare directed him.
9. What part does Sam Gilbourne play?
10. What does Nat sleep with under his pillow?
(a) His last tooth that fell out.
(b) A drawing of the Queen.
(c) Shakespeare's sonnet.
(d) A translation of King Lear.
11. What explanation is there for why Nat Field did not see Shakespeare again?
(a) The real Nat Field of that era never met Shakespeare.
(b) They are not sure why.
(c) Nat was offered a spot in a more prestigious group.
(d) Shakespeare dies before Nat graduates from St. Paul's.
12. What does Nat remember from his history lesson about the Earl of Essex?
(a) The Earl died of the plague.
(b) The Queen had the Earl executed.
(c) The Earl adopted a son from the theater.
13. When do they think Nat will be released from the hospital?
(a) Several weeks.
(b) In a few days.
(c) There is no telling.
(d) The next day after Jennifer arrives.
14. What seems to confound the Nat from the 16th century in his isolation room?
(a) The words the doctors use.
(b) The food.
(c) The modern technology.
15. What does Nat decide to immerse himself in instead of worrying?
(a) Finding a way to make Roper less hostile.
(b) Rehearsing "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
(c) Learning all he can from Shakespeare.
(d) Finding a way back to his own time.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Nat use St. Paul's as an excuse?
2. Who is invited to meet the Queen after the performance?
3. What does Shakespeare say about the show to Burbage and Nat?
4. How many books mention the earlier Nat Field?
5. Who/What will be at the theater if the Queen is in attendance?
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