Prologue, Chapter 1
1. What does the author describe in the prologue?
(a) His dreams.
(b) His job.
(c) His house.
(d) His peaceful and productive country life.
2. Where does the prologue take place?
(a) Ft. Lauderdale.
(d) New York.
3. What does the author mention his life was often interrupted by, in the prologue?
(a) Drunken visits to London.
(b) His mom.
(c) Visits from his family.
(d) Drunken visits to New York.
4. According to the prologue, when did the author find himself racing home?
(a) After work.
(b) Before dinner.
(c) In the middle of the night.
(d) After school.
5. Who does the author remember at the beginning of Chapter 1?
(a) His first house.
(b) His father.
(c) His mother.
(d) His first wife.
6. What does the author recall about the conditions of the person he remembers in Chapter 1?
(a) That he was rich.
(b) That he was in and out of mental hospitals during his childhood.
(c) That he was poor.
(d) That he was a stable, reliable man.
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