Prologue through 24 April, 1905
1. In the Prologue, how many times does the clock tower chime?
2. How many pages is the young man's theory of time?
3. Where is the young man's theory of time to be mailed?
(a) The European journal of physics.
(b) The American journal of physics.
(c) The German journal of physics.
(d) The Swiss journal of physics.
4. According to the narrator, what is the room full of?
(a) Dreams and desires.
(b) Practical ideas.
(c) Fluttering beliefs of accomplishment.
(d) Too many hopes to account for.
5. In what month is the Prologue set?
6. What song is the young man humming as he waits for the typist to come into the office?
(a) Beethoven's "Fur Elise."
(b) Beethoven's "Fantasy in G."
(c) Beethoven's "The Creatures of Prometheus."
(d) Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata."
7. What does the narrator want readers to suppose time is?
(a) An ellipse.
(b) An arc.
(c) A sphere.
(d) A circle.
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