1. In the Prologue, why does Sultana study the photo of King Fahd?
(a) He has just died.
(b) He is her father.
(c) He is her uncle and the king of Saudi Arabia.
(d) He is her nemesis.
2. How does King Fahd look to Sultana in the photo?
(a) Weary and tired.
(b) Stern, regal and imposing.
(c) Weak and sickly.
(d) Cruel and wicked.
3. How does Sultana remember King Fahd from his youth?
(a) As a handsome warrior.
(b) As a kind and generous young man.
(c) As a shy and fearful boy.
(d) As a hateful and bullying child.
4. According to Sultana, what were the main duties of King Fahd?
(a) To bring peace to war-torn Saudi Arabia.
(b) To unify the people and eliminate class distinctions.
(c) To establish order among the chaotic nation.
(d) To rule over four distinct groups of citizens.
5. What group of people in Saudi Arabia did Sultana consider forgotten?
(a) The children.
(b) The women.
(c) The handicapped.
(d) The poor.
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