1. Where does author Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D. teach surgery and the history of medicine, according to the book’s Introduction?
(a) Oxford University.
(b) Harvard University.
(c) Yale College.
(d) Stanford University.
2. According to the Introduction author Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D. is the literary editor of what periodical?
(a) Connecticut Medicine.
(b) The East Coast Journal of Medicine.
(c) The Journal of Atlantic Medicine.
(d) The New York Medical Review.
3. Where do Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D. and his family currently live, according to the Introduction?
(a) Utica, New York.
(b) Augusta, Maine.
(c) Hamden, Connecticut.
(d) Providence, Rhode Island.
4. From what author does the following quote come that opens the Introduction: “… death hath ten thousand several doors / For men to make their exits”?
(a) Harvey Nuland.
(b) Phil Whiting.
(c) John Webster.
(d) Rainer Maria Rilke.
5. According to the author in the Introduction, “Everyone wants to know the details of dying, though few are willing to” what?
(a) “Ask the tough questions.”
(d) “Say so.”
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