Chapter 1, The Man Who Desired Gold
1. Where does the story begin?
2. Who is faced with the universal problem of not having enough money?
3. Who is the friend of the answer to #2?
4. Who is the old friend riding the golden chariot?
5. Of whom do Bansir and Kobbi seek the advice?
6. About what does Bansir worry?
(a) His lack of family
(b) His health
(c) Not gaining wealth
(d) His friend's trickery
7. What is Basir's job?
(a) A carpet maker
(b) A chariot maker
(c) A potter
(d) A bread maker
8. What does Kobbi say about wealth?
(a) They're just too uneducated to gain more.
(b) It's something that's a matter of luck.
(c) It's a hopeless cause.
(d) They have never gained it because they've never sought it.
9. Who do Bansir and Kobbi bring with them on their trip to Arkad?
(b) Gold pieces
(d) Several other men
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