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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who almost attacks Libby in Book One, Part Three?
2. Who is the antagonist in this story?
3. What was the cause of Ruth's death?
(c) Car accident.
(d) Broken heart.
4. How many workers are killed on the Ship while it is being built?
5. Who arrives in Liverpool after having spent eight months at sea?
(a) William Blair.
(b) William Kemp.
(c) Saul Thurso.
(d) Luther Sawdust.
6. Who does Thurso decide to have flogged?
(a) James Wilson.
(b) Matthew Paris.
(c) His son.
7. Who is asked to quit the play?
8. What is the name of the ship in this story?
(a) Liverpool Merchant.
(b) Her Majesty.
9. What does Erasmus spot in the shadows when he gets lost in the city?
(a) A hungry family.
(b) A dying man.
(d) Stolen goods.
10. What two things are built in Book One, Part One, Chapter Eight?
(a) The Ship and Kemp's wealth.
(b) Paris' confidence and his family.
(c) Erasmus' love and the Ship.
(d) Thurso's collection of books and the Ship.
11. To whom does Paris write a letter?
(b) William Kemp.
(c) The Bishop of Norwich.
(d) His dead wife.
12. What is the name of the play rehearsed in this story?
(b) The Enchanted Island.
(c) Romeo and Juliet.
(d) A Midsummer Night's Dream.
13. How long has Erasmus known Sarah?
(a) About ten years.
(b) Most of his life.
(c) About two years.
(d) One week.
14. Why does Erasmus get lost in town after rehearsing for the play?
(a) He avoids a fight.
(b) He is drunk.
(c) He is sleepy.
(d) He is lovesick.
15. What was Sawdust's father's profession?
Short Answer Questions
1. How old was Erasmus when Paris removed him from the dam?
2. What takes Paris' mind off of the situation involving slaves?
3. Who tells Daniel about his plan to escape from the ship?
4. Which of the following theories does Paris reveal that he believes in through a letter?
5. Who announces that someone new will be directing the play?
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