1. What does Musui do after his retirement?
(a) Plays golf.
(d) Teaches others.
2. What does Musui say is common among noble men?
(a) They have books written about them.
(b) They overcome the odds.
(c) They have a fall from grace.
(d) They are wealthy.
3. What does Musui say he is most amazed by in his life?
(a) He has such a dark heart.
(b) He did so well with so little.
(c) He did not have a fall from grace.
(d) He does not have a book about him.
4. What is the name of Musui's son?
5. How does Musui describe his son?
(a) The mirror image of himself.
(b) The sweetest thing in his life.
(c) The perfect example of responsibility.
(d) The polar opposite of his grandfather.
6. Who cares for Musui in his retirement?
(a) His son.
(b) His cousin.
(c) His wife.
(d) His granddaughter.
7. What does Musui hope to teach by in this book?
(a) His example.
(b) His mistakes.
(c) His triumphs.
(d) His desires.
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