Prologue: Old Stories
1. From what point of view is the novel written?
(a) Third person limited.
(b) First person.
(c) Authorial voice.
(d) Third person omniscient.
2. What is the occupation of Lee's father?
3. In what year does Lee's story take place?
4. Of what stone is Lee the only one of four children to show the telltale signs?
5. How long had Lee's family been on the run before returning to their home as Lee describes in the beginning of the prologue?
(a) A month.
(b) A fortnight.
(c) A week.
(d) Six months.
6. From what war does Lee's neighbors think the 'bandits' who attacked Lee's family were remnants of?
(a) The Revolutionary War.
(b) The Civil War.
(c) The Spanish-American War.
(d) The Mexican War.
7. Where was Carrie hiding when Lee found her?
(a) The basement.
(b) The barn.
(c) The attic.
(d) The root cellar.
8. What shortage does Dr. Longbranch hope Jack's surgery might prove an end to?
(a) White Rose members.
(b) Organ donors.
(c) Warriors for the Games.
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