Chapter One, The Legend of the Just Men | Chapter 2, Zemyock, Part 1
1. What did Jews have to do to save their lives in York in 1185?
(a) Cut their hair.
(b) Learn to speak English.
(c) Evacuate the synagogue.
(d) Acknowledge the passion of Jesus Christ.
2. How did Rabbi Yom Tov Levy get his people out of the besieged watchtower of York?
(a) He offered to take their place at the stake.
(b) He dug a tunnel.
(c) He killed them.
(d) He disguised them.
3. What does the legend say would happen to the world if one of the Just Men were lacking?
(a) All humanity would bear its own grief.
(b) All humanity would be forced to improve.
(c) Thirty-six new Just Men would have to be found.
(d) All humanity would die.
4. How does Chaim Levy attract the children of the village where he lives?
(a) With threats of disaster.
(b) With ancient stories.
(c) With promises of treats.
(d) With candy and nuts.
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