Except the specified items, all items have ONLY ONE correct answer.
The test MUST be completed within 5 minutes.
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Q1：What characteristic relating to Shakespeare and his writings is NOT mentioned in thebook ?
The most well-known English poet
Q2：Where was Shakespeare born?
Q3：In the following, which is NOTamong the hypothetical theories explaining the lost years for Shakespeare?
Buying houses in London
Trying to be a solicitor
Travelling in Europe
Fleeing from charges
Q4：In the following descriptions as concerns the University Wits, which one does NOT hold true?
Robert Greene condemned Shakespeares plagiarism in his last book
They tended to observe the classic structure of dramaturgy
They lended little help to Shakespeares early career
They showed great respect to Shakespeares works and talents, regardless of his education background
Q5：Which of the following is NOTthe reason why identifying the Shakespeares authorship is almost impossible?
Companies seldom had a complete copy of a play
Shakespeare might have borrowed some ideas from his contemporaries
The actors parts were written out with their cues
Publishers were reluctant to print famous playwrights works
Q6：Which of the following,according to the common literature standards, does NOT belong to the BardsFour Tragedies?
Romeo and Juliet
The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Demark
Q7：The motto of the Globe is
Suit the action to the world, the world to the action
Terminus ad quem
All the worlds a stage
Q8：What source does NOT nurture Shakespeares poetics? (2 answers)
Q9：In continental Europe, Renaissance drama exists in two types, (2 answers)
The erudite theater
The popular theater
Children of the Chapel
The professional theater
Q10：twere the mirror up to nature; to show virtue her feature, scorn her own image, and the very age and body of the time his form and pressure. This excerpt is used to illustrate
A challenge to Puritans
Shakespeare stole the ideas from the University Wits
True end of Poetry
The ideal of the Globe
Shakespeare as a cryptic person