1. What is Mark's main concern at the beginning of the book?
(a) Finding a way to combine science and ethics.
(b) His fellowship at Bracton College.
(c) The N.I.C.E.
(d) His wife's discontent.
2. What does N.I.C.E. stand for?
(a) Neutral Institute of Coincidental Experiments.
(b) National Institute of Co-ordinated Experiments.
(c) Natural Instincts Considered Essential.
(d) National Insurance Company for Ethics.
3. What is the draw for Bracton to sell Bragdon Wood to N.I.C.E.?
(a) They want to have closer contact with an agency that they don't trust.
(b) They hope to become an academic hub and to provide jobs for people in Edestow.
(c) This sale will keep the college from going bankrupt.
(d) They expect to be highly compensated for the piece of land and will be able to employ more teachers.
4. What is in the center of Bragdon Wood?
(a) A very deep and mysterious well.
(b) An old cottage said to once house Merlin.
(c) A natural spring of tainted water.
(d) A fence of stone.
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