1. What event is taking place during the novel's prologue?
(a) A wedding.
(b) A birthday celebration.
(c) A baptism.
(d) A funeral.
2. Who is the focus of the event taking place within the novel's prologue?
(a) Nella and Johannes.
3. What does the narrator list as the one object that "the reformers didn't pull down" (1)?
(a) The church roof.
(b) The art museum.
(c) The library.
(d) The public market.
4. From what source does the author provide both of the text's epigraphs?
(a) The King James Bible.
(b) Cotton Mather's The Invisible World.
(c) The Magna Carta.
(d) The 95 Theses.
5. In what year does the first chapter of Part One take place?
6. What feeling does Nella have upon first arriving at the Brandt house when no one will answer the door?
(a) She feels as if she should run away.
(b) She feels as if the whole neighborhood is staring at her.
(c) She feels as if she is being made fun of.
(d) She feels as if she is being watched.
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