1. How does the author describe Maureen?
The author describes Maureen as wearing bold and bright clothes, but says that they only serve to highlight her feeling of dampness.
2. What does Maureen joke that is the only reason there are so few American faces?
When Maureen looks around the stadium and she sees there are very few American faces, she jokes that they must think America is an underdeveloped country and they are there to show America the light.
3. How does the author describe Reverend Moon?
The author describes Reverend Moon as a chunky man wearing a white silk robe. Though he is rather ordinary looking, his bronze skin gives him a noble veneer.
4. What does Moon think about the faces looking at him?
Moon thinks all the American faces looking at him are from a nation founded on an easy and passive belief that has robbed its people of scale and intimacy.
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