1. What does the author Isabel Allende discuss in the introduction?
(a) That men are from Mars and women are from Venus.
(b) The powers of nature.
(c) The connections between people, sensory perception, and memory.
(d) Her various trips around the world.
2. With what are all the important people in Allende's life associated?
(a) Specific foods.
(b) Specific sounds.
(c) Specific smell.
(d) One type of food.
3. What is the purpose of an aphrodisiac?
(a) To promote love.
(b) To populate the world.
(c) To incite passion.
(d) To make people kind to one another.
4. What does the "Mea Culpa of the Culpable" section introduce?
(a) Meats that are considered sensual.
(b) The people who collaborated with Allende on this work.
(c) Various plants that are aphrodisiacs.
(d) The members of Allende's family.
5. What do Allende and Shekter brainstorm?
(a) Vacations to take.
(b) How to bring about world peace.
(c) Known aphrodisiacs.
(d) Places to travel looking for aphrodisiacs.
6. What is Panchita's art?
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