1. In Chapter 1, Section 1, how do people describe the story the narrator is telling?
(a) Factual and interesting.
(c) Disgraceful and shameful.
2. In Chapter 1, Section 1, who does the narrator say is happy who can see tree stumps in his way?
3. In Chapter 1, Part 2, what type of prophet does the narrator call himself?
4. In Chapter 1, Part 2, what story does Wariinga's mother want told?
(a) Of her husband.
(b) Of her child.
(c) Of her aunt.
(d) Of her nephew.
5. In Chapter 1, Part 2, how many days does the narrator fast?
6. In Chapter 1, Part 2, what do people beg the narrator to reveal?
(a) What is concealed by darkness.
(b) The murders.
(c) The tragedies.
(d) The deaths and anguish.
7. In Chapter 1, Part 2, what does Gicaandi think he sees when he is fasting?
8. In Chapter 1, Part 2, what does Gicaandi think he hears when he is fasting?
(a) Echoes of silence.
(b) Cries from hell.
(c) Whispers of death.
(d) Songs from heaven.
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