Book I, Stanzas 1-9
1. With what does the narrator begin this poem?
(a) A lesson.
(b) A question.
(c) A warning.
(d) A rhyme.
2. What does the narrator say the reader must read these poems with?
(a) An open mind.
(b) A sense of fear.
(c) A friend.
3. What does the narrator say to do at the end of Book I, Stanza 1?
(a) Take a break.
(b) Skip every other poem.
(c) Read out loud.
(d) Close the book.
4. In Book I, Stanza 2, what form does hatred take?
(a) A vision.
(b) A taste.
(c) An odor.
(d) A breeze.
5. How did Maldoror act in his youth?
6. How was Maldoror born?
(a) Filled with evil.
(b) Into nature.
(d) Without parents.
7. In Book I, Stanza 4, what does the narrator say about the purpose of this poem?
(a) To show the importance of birth parents.
(b) To help people define evil.
(c) To show the delights of cruelty.
(d) To help the evil repent.
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