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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Nat feel onstage?
2. What does Nat realize must have happened to him?
(a) His father must have helped him transport to the earlier era.
(b) He fell through a dimensional warp.
(c) He somehow switched places with the Nat Field of the earlier era.
(d) He had a hallucinogenic dream while very ill.
3. What does Shakespeare read to Nat?
(a) A letter to his son Shakespeare wrote just before the son dies.
(b) Part of his new play called Hamlet.
(c) A letter from the Queen.
(d) A sonnet.
4. Where is Nat in Chapter 17?
(a) In Stratford on Avon, 1599.
(b) In the Globe Theater, 1989.
(c) In Guy's Hospital, 1999.
(d) In Guy's Hospital, 1989.
5. Where does Jennifer come from to go to Guy's hospital?
(c) South Carolina.
(d) New Orleans.
6. Who visits Nat at the Fisher's home?
(a) The whole Company of Boys.
(b) Just Rachel.
(c) Just Arby.
(d) Gil and Rachel.
7. What character will Nat play next summer with the Company of Boys?
8. What does the audience yell at Nat as he is playing Puck?
(c) Go home.
(d) A warning about a mistake Puck is about to make.
9. Why is the earlier era Nat kept isolated in the hospital for a week?
(a) He has smallpox.
(b) He has the hanta virus.
(c) He has a virulent strain of flu.
(d) He has the bubonic plague which is extremely contagious.
10. What does Arby say was a task he was given?
(a) To teach the boys good acting skills.
(b) To make Nat famous.
(c) To save Shakespeare.
(d) To be a substitute father to Nat.
11. About what does Shakespeare congratulate Nat?
(a) The way Nat makes Puck look non-human.
(b) Nat's accent.
(c) His memorization of his lines.
(d) His composure on stage.
12. Why does Nat go to the theater after breakfast?
(a) To tell the group he is returning to the United States.
(b) To talk to Rachel.
(c) To prepare for the first performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
(d) To ask Arby to release him from his contract.
13. 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.
14. Why might someone try to harm the Queen at the play?
(a) She just executed several popular people.
(b) She is heirless.
(c) She is a tyrant.
(d) She just passed some very restrictive laws.
15. Who escorts Nat and Shakespeare home?
(a) A hired bodyguard.
(b) Roper's older brother.
(c) The theater manager.
(d) Harry's older brother.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is invited to meet the Queen after the performance?
2. Who is Jennifer Field?
3. What does Nat decide to immerse himself in instead of worrying?
4. What was needed for someone to travel back to Shakespeare's time?
5. How does Nat leave the hospital?
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