1. Where is the narrator living in this novel?
(a) A room.
(b) A psychosexual hell.
(c) A barn.
(d) An apartment.
2. The narrator has lost ____________.
(a) His dad and mother.
(b) His wife and male lover.
(c) His wife and daughter.
(d) His lover and daughter.
3. To whom does the narrator turn for his salvation?
(a) His grandmother.
(b) An Iroquois saint.
(c) His ex wife.
(d) An old lady.
4. What is the narrator suffering from at the beginning of the book?
(c) Depression and constipation.
5. Who died in the asylum from syphilis?
(b) The narrator.
(c) Catherine Tekakwitha.
6. What does the narrator say his profession is in Chapter 2 of "A History of Them All"?
(a) He is a janitor.
(b) He is a student.
(c) He is a folklorist and scholar of the Canadian A---- tribe.
(d) He is a scholar of science.
7. Who is Catherine Tekakwitha?
(a) Daughter of mother nature.
(b) A saint.
(c) A temptress.
(d) A blessed Iroquois woman.
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