1. What is the name of the narrator in the Introduction?
(a) He is not yet named.
2. Where is the setting at the opening of the Introduction?
(c) Long Island.
3. What sects have inhabited the narrator's neighborhood?
4. To what religion does the narrator's neighborhood belong?
5. Why has the population of the narrator's neighborhood grown rapidly by 1950?
(a) People are escaping persecution in other countries.
(b) A high birth rate after the end of WWII.
(c) The government offered free housing to people who would work in the factories there during the war.
(d) The population has not increased much at all.
6. What is one thing that is established in the narrator's neighborhood as it becomes more populous?
(a) A neighborhood watch system.
(b) Two rival gangs.
(c) Educational institutions.
(d) A bookie system.
7. What does the narrator decide to do?
(a) Join the army.
(b) Move to Israel.
(c) Return to Eurpoe after it is rebuilt.
(d) Go to rabbinical school.
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