1. The book opens with a man who has found a collection of essays where in Kierkegaard's house?
(a) In a locked drawer.
(b) In a notebook.
(c) On a bookshelf.
(d) In his closet.
2. He writes in the first person and expresses deep _______________ at finding the work that is about to begin and the sultry details within it.
3. The man points out that the work is a diary fully of what?
4. Was there was a real woman in Kierkegaard's life named Cordelia?
(a) Yes, and her name was Cordelia Wahl.
(b) Yes, but her name was Cordelia Smith.
(c) Yes, but her name was not Cordelia Wahl.
5. The narrator notes that Kierkegaard was more at home where?
(a) In a world beyond this one.
(b) In his home.
(d) With Cordelia.
6. Was life stimulating enough for Kierkegaard?
(a) Most of the time.
(b) Some of the time.
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