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Thomas Heywood: Quiz

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Question 1: Heywood is said to have been educated at the ________, eventually becoming a fellow of Peterhouse.
University of EdinburghUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of BristolUniversity of Oxford

Question 2: The Late Lancashire Witches (1634), written with ________ and prompted by an actual trial in the preceding year
Richard BromeThe Lovesick CourtQueen Henrietta's MenEnglish Renaissance theatre

Question 3: Pleasant Dialogue, and Dramas Selected Out of ________, etc.
HomerLucianPlatoDemosthenes

Question 4: According to writings of the period, Thomas Heywood had been living in ________ since 1623 and it was there, at St. James's Church that he was buried eighteen years later.
BarnsburyIslingtonClerkenwellCanonbury

Question 5: Most references indicate that the county of his birth was most likely ________, while the year has been variously given as 1570, 1573, 1574 and 1575.
GrimsbyLincolnshireLincoln, LincolnshireNorthamptonshire

Question 6: The Life of ________ surnamed Ambrosius (1641)
King Arthur in various mediaCamelotMerlinKing Arthur

Question 7: However, only twenty three plays and eight ________ have survived that are accepted by historians as wholly or partially authored by him.
A Midsummer Night's DreamBen JonsonWilliam ShakespeareMasque

Question 8: The Tragedy of the Rape of ________ (1608), which chronicles the rise and fall of Tarquin as presented by a "merry lord", Valerius, who lightens the gloom of the situation by singing comic songs
LucretiaRoman KingdomHoratius CoclesRoman Republic

Question 9: Loves Maistresse or The Queens Masque (printed 1636), the story of Cupid and Psyche as told by ________
PlatoThe Golden AssAlgeriaApuleius







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