1. In the first sentence of the novel, what is identified as a leading character in the story?
(a) A sum of money.
(b) Sylvia Rosewater.
(c) Eliot Rosewater
(d) Norman Mushari.
2. Who is Norman Mushari?
(a) A patent lawyer for a firm in New York.
(b) A lawyer who is Sylvia's brother.
(c) A shyster lawyer.
(d) A lawyer who is also a distant cousin of the Rosewaters.
3. What is the name of the foundation formed in 1947?
(a) The Mushari Foundation.
(b) The Rosewater Foundation
(c) The New York Foundataion.
(d) The Kennedy Foundation.
4. At what age can siblings of the president of the Foundation become officers?
(c) Thirty five.
(d) Twenty one.
5. Who is the creator of the Foundation?
(a) Sen. Robert M. Rosewater.
(b) Sen. Samuel P. Rosewater.
(c) Sen. Joseph A. Rosewater.
(d) Sen. Lister Ames Rosewater.
6. What role does the corporation perform for the Foundation?
(a) It manages the Foundation Board members.
(b) It manages the capital of the Foundation.
(c) It manages the oversees holdings of the Foundation.
(d) It manages the Foundaiton's gift giving.
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