1. In Part I, what does the narrator believe is his great fortune?
(a) To inherit a modest fortune.
(b) To find a rare map.
(c) To belong to the League.
(d) To be a gifted writer.
2. How does the narrator describe the times early in Part I?
(a) Prosperous times.
(b) Difficult times.
(c) Painful times.
(d) Remarkable times.
3. In Part I, what does the narrator say that several other authors claim?
(a) They are experts in archeology.
(b) They are brothers of the League
(c) They have give accurate descriptions of the East.
(d) They have traveled the world.
4. In Part I, what does the narrator say the conquered nations are ready to believe in?
(a) A time of great exploration.
(b) Their freedom.
(c) Long lasting peace.
(d) Things beyond reality.
5. What does the narrator say is the one paradox that must be accepted?
(a) It is necessary to attempt the seemingly impossible.
(b) Love conquers all obstacles.
(c) Life and death are inseparable.
(d) A fool is wiser than the greatest king.
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