1. What was notable about the the protagonist's father?
(a) His father was the richest man in their town.
(b) His father had 13 children.
(c) His father had one leg.
(d) His father lived to be 106 years old.
2. As a child, what was the only type of money used in the protagonist's town?
3. The protagonist's siblings were all hard workers, but the protagonist was ____________________.
(a) Occupied with drinking palm-wine.
(b) Too young to help with work.
(c) Bedridden from a rare disease.
(d) A hermit who read books all day.
4. What does the protagonist do when he finds the tapster dead?
(a) He sobs for three days.
(b) He climbs a palm tree to tap palm-wine.
(c) He runs away in fear.
(d) He brings the body back to town to bury it.
5. Why does the protagonist leave his town?
(a) He is exiled by his family.
(b) He follows the woman he wants to marry.
(c) He leaves in search of the dead tapster.
(d) There is a famine and he is hungry.
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