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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. Who compliments Burbage for his costume?
(a) A nameless Lord.
(b) The Queen.
2. Why is the earlier era Nat kept isolated in the hospital for a week?
(a) He has a virulent strain of flu.
(b) He has the hanta virus.
(c) He has the bubonic plague which is extremely contagious.
(d) He has smallpox.
3. Where is Nat in Chapter 17?
(a) In Stratford on Avon, 1599.
(b) In Guy's Hospital, 1999.
(c) In the Globe Theater, 1989.
(d) In Guy's Hospital, 1989.
4. What performance is about to begin at the opening to Chapter 14?
(a) "Much Ado About Nothing".
(b) 'A Midsummer Night's Dream".
(c) "King Lear".
(d) 'As You Like It'.
5. What does Rachel notice as she hugs Nat?
(a) A poem sticking out of Nat's pocket.
(b) An old gold coin on the table with Queen Elizabeth I's picture on it.
(c) A green leaf painted on Nat's neck.
(d) He is much thinner.
Short Answer Questions
1. What explanation is there for why Nat Field did not see Shakespeare again?
2. What does Nat hope will happen as he returns to St. Paul's?
3. About what does Sam Gilbourne ask Nat?
4. About what does Nat tell Gil from his time with Shakespeare?
5. Why might someone try to harm the Queen at the play?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Nat think is the reason he and the other Nat were not discovered to be impostors?
2. What do Nat, Gil and Rachel learn about the Nat Field of 1599?
3. How does Nat please Sam Gilbourne?
4. Where does Nat awaken in Chapter 17 and what does he find out?
5. How is Sam Gilbourne dressed for his role as Hippolyta?
6. Describe Nat, Burbage and Shakespeare's interview with Queen Elizabeth I.
7. What dos Arby give Nat and what does Nat discover is Arby's full name?
8. How do Gil and Rachel respond to Nat's story about his time in 1599?
9. Why is Nat worried concerning the political situation and Shakespeare and Burbage?
10. How do Gil and Rachel believe Nat Field of 1999 saved Shakespeare's life?
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