1. The story begins as Santiago Nasar:
(a) Dies in the street.
(b) Walks home from the wedding.
(c) Says goodbye to his mother for the last time.
(d) Wakes up in the morning.
2. Santiago felt completely covered in bird droppings when he woke. What might that suggest?
(a) Good luck.
(b) A fear of birds.
(c) A need to move to another town.
(d) A negative outcome for his day.
3. The white linen clothes Santiago wears on the day of his death make him look:
(a) Like he is wearing pajamas.
(b) Like he never went to bed.
(c) Like a ghost.
(d) Like a bride.
4. Why can't Santiago stand starch in his clothes?
(a) His skin is too sensitive for it.
(b) He thinks starch is for girls.
(c) It makes his clothes look dirty.
(d) He doesn't want to look stiff.
5. What might Santiago's dreams of trees symbolize?
(a) The dreams seem to indicate a fear of heights.
(b) The dreams seem to indicate delight over a secret.
(c) The dreams seem to indicate a new love for Santiago.
(d) The dreams seem to indicate feelings of guilt and inadequacy.
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