1. What does John say was the reason he was at the house in Chapter 1?
(a) A business meeting.
(b) To meet a friend.
(c) A date.
(d) A luncheon.
2. What is the name of the house John is visiting in Chapter 1?
(a) Le Manse.
3. What words does the narrator use to describe the items being shown to the visitors of the house?
(a) Drab and bleek.
(b) Fine and intrinsic.
(c) Cheap and tawdry.
(d) Bright and colorful.
4. Which of the following items is not mentioned by the narrator as things the visitors of the house looked at near the beginning of Chapter 1?
(c) Treasures of all arts.
5. What does the narrator say the items being perused by the visitors "almost made" the house?
6. What does the narrator describe as "so numerous that guests could wander at their will?"
(a) The kitchen.
(b) The grounds.
(c) The great rooms.
(d) The attic.
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