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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Nat run out of the bear pit?
(a) He hates seeing the dogs killed.
(b) He hates seeing the bear get hurt.
(c) He does not run out.
(d) The blood triggers a membory.
2. What is performed that afternoon at the Globe?
(a) Henry V.
(b) Much Ado About Nothing.
(c) Julius Caesar.
3. For how long will the Company of Boys rehearse in their current location?
(a) 3 months.
(b) 1 week.
(c) 6 months.
(d) 3 weeks.
4. Who is a leading actor in the Lord Chamberlain's Men?
(a) William Shakespeare.
(d) Richard Burbage.
5. What does Nat find comforting even in the heat of an argument?
(a) The sound of stage directions from Arby.
(c) Harry's guidance.
(d) Shakespeare's voice.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the nurses fail to notice about Nat?
2. What does Gilbourne urge the apprentices to do?
3. What does the person who greets Nat say he feared about Nat?
4. What play will be performed in the afternoon?
5. What is the first play the Company of Boys rehearses?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who arrives at Shakespeare's home and forces his way upstairs to talk about what?
2. How does Roper conspire to make Nat look bad?
3. Why does Arby kick one of the boys out of the company?
4. What does Arby forbid the boys to do and how does Nat react to Arby's guidance?
5. What does Nat notice about Eric Sawyer and Gil Warmun as the two other boys are acting?
6. What happens to Nat at the beginning of the first day of rehearsals on the stage at Globe?
7. How does Nat respond when Shakespeare calls the group a family and what does Shakespeare do?
8. What amazes Nat about London when he is on his way to the Globe?
9. Why does Shakespeare step in between Nat and Roper and what is the consequence of his doing so?
10. What does Arby point out to Nat in the first reading of one play?
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