Chapter 1 "Karintha"
1. How is Karintha's skin described?
(a) Dusk on the eastern horizon.
(b) The color of newly plowed earth.
(c) Sweet as nectar.
(d) A river of chocolate.
2. What did Karintha do as a child?
(a) Danced with older boys.
(b) Loved to read.
(c) Gossiped about her peers.
(d) Played baseball.
3. After her wild behavior, who defends Karintha?
(a) The preacher.
(b) Her father.
(c) Her boyfriend.
(d) Her teacher.
4. At what age does Karintha become sexually active?
5. How many times has Karintha been married?
(a) Many times.
6. On what does Karintha give birth to her child?
(a) A wooden floor.
(b) Pine needles.
(c) An old blanket.
(d) A grassy field.
7. What has Karintha's abuse in the past caused her to do?
(a) Love like a lamb
(b) Wilt like a flower.
(c) Sink in the sand.
(d) Ripen too soon.
8. What do all of the men in Karintha's life want to bring her?
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