1. The book opens with a man who has found a collection of essays where in Kierkegaard's house?
In a locked drawer.
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?
Yes, but her name was not Cordelia Wahl.
5. The narrator notes that Kierkegaard was more at home where?
In a world beyond this one.
6. Was life stimulating enough for Kierkegaard?
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