1. What is the Drina?
2. What is the setting of the novel?
3. What does kapia mean?
(a) Noodle soup.
(b) Tribute to religious leaders.
(c) Admonishment to loiterers.
(d) Town's cultural meeting place.
4. Who sets up his shop on the kapia at the beginning of the novel?
(b) Cheese maker.
(c) Coffee maker.
(d) Wine maker.
5. Where are the Christian children born in this town?
(a) Left bank of the river.
(b) Right bank of the river.
(c) In the hospital.
6. What is the town's bridge made from?
7. What is posted on the kapia beneath the marble plaque?
(a) Proclamations and public orders.
(b) Posters for missing children.
(c) Protest flyers.
8. Where do weddings and funerals always stop in Chapter 1?
(a) Town center with church clock.
(b) Field with hill.
(c) The kapia.
(d) Main restaurant.
9. What does the narrator say distinguishes the people of the town in Chapter 1?
(a) Unhappy people.
(b) Quarrelsome nature.
(c) Carefree attitude.
(d) Handsome looks.
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