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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 escorts Nat and Shakespeare home?
(a) A hired bodyguard.
(b) Roper's older brother.
(c) Harry's older brother.
(d) The theater manager.
2. What does Nat sleep with under his pillow?
(a) A drawing of the Queen.
(b) Shakespeare's sonnet.
(c) His last tooth that fell out.
(d) A translation of King Lear.
3. What does Nat realize must have happened to him?
(a) He somehow switched places with the Nat Field of the earlier era.
(b) He fell through a dimensional warp.
(c) He had a hallucinogenic dream while very ill.
(d) His father must have helped him transport to the earlier era.
4. About what does Sam Gilbourne ask Nat?
(a) Nat's school.
(b) Nat's father.
(c) Nat's brother.
(d) The Queen's interview.
5. Why might someone try to harm the Queen at the play?
(a) She is a tyrant.
(b) She just passed some very restrictive laws.
(c) She just executed several popular people.
(d) She is heirless.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Nat in the dream he has?
2. What does Gil want to do after hearing Nat's story?
3. What offer does Nat decline?
4. What does Arby say was a task he was given?
5. What does Nat remember from his history lesson about the Earl of Essex?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Nat awaken in Chapter 17 and what does he find out?
2. How do Gil and Rachel respond to Nat's story about his time in 1599?
3. What dos Arby give Nat and what does Nat discover is Arby's full name?
4. Describe Nat, Burbage and Shakespeare's interview with Queen Elizabeth I.
5. What does Shakespeare tell Nat about soldiers in the theater and what happens with that situation?
6. What does Harry explain to Nat about the political climate of that time?
7. How is Sam Gilbourne dressed for his role as Hippolyta?
8. Why is Nat worried concerning the political situation and Shakespeare and Burbage?
9. What does Nat ask Shakespeare about returning to St. Paul's and what is Shakespeare's response?
10. How does Nat feel before the performance and how does Shakespeare help Nat with those feelings?
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