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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. About what does Nat yearn to tell the group?
(a) The advancements of the 20th century.
(b) His younger sister's acting.
(c) His parents' deaths.
(d) The dangers of dirt.
2. When do they think Nat will be released from the hospital?
(a) There is no telling.
(b) The next day after Jennifer arrives.
(c) Several weeks.
(d) In a few days.
3. What does Gil want to do after hearing Nat's story?
(a) Tell someone in the scientific community to try to get an explanation.
(b) Look in the history books to learn about the earlier Nat.
(c) Get Nat some counseling.
(d) Have Nat write down the sonnet Shakespeare wrote for Nat.
4. What does Nat remember from his history lesson about the Earl of Essex?
(a) The Earl adopted a son from the theater.
(c) The Earl died of the plague.
(d) The Queen had the Earl executed.
5. What does Arby say was a task he was given?
(a) To be a substitute father to Nat.
(b) To teach the boys good acting skills.
(c) To make Nat famous.
(d) To save Shakespeare.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Nat leave the hospital?
2. What happens when Nat rises higher and higher in his dream?
3. What part does Sam Gilbourne play?
4. Who is invited to meet the Queen after the performance?
5. What does Nick Tooley ask Nat about Nat's aunt?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Nat think is the reason he and the other Nat were not discovered to be impostors?
2. What does Shakespeare tell Nat about soldiers in the theater and what happens with that situation?
3. What do Nat and his aunt Jen decide to do?
4. Where does Nat awaken in Chapter 17 and what does he find out?
5. What dos Arby give Nat and what does Nat discover is Arby's full name?
6. Describe Nat's dream that he has in Chapter 16.
7. What does Harry explain to Nat about the political climate of that time?
8. What do Nat, Gil and Rachel learn about the Nat Field of 1599?
9. What does Nat ask Shakespeare about Nat's choices after St. Paul's and what is Shakespeare's response?
10. What is Nat trying to figure out about his experience over the past week and what does he decide about them?
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