1. Who is the narrator of the story?
(a) Steven Connolly.
(b) Sheba Hart.
(c) Barbara Covett.
(d) Sue Hodges.
2. Where are Sheba and Barbara staying as the foreword begins?
(a) Eddie's home.
(b) Barbara's flat.
(c) Sheba's flat.
(d) Richard's cottage.
3. In the foreword, where does Barbara say that Eddie and his family are currently staying?
(a) New Dehli.
(d) New York.
4. Where is Sheba teaching?
(a) St. Matthew's.
(b) St. Xavier's.
(c) St. Augustine's.
(d) St. George's.
5. During the foreword, what does Barbara say that she believes most led to Sheba and Richard's break-up?
(a) The money difficulties.
(b) The media.
(c) The affair.
(d) The children.
6. Why does Barbara believe she is the most qualified to tell Sheba's story?
(a) Barbara has been friends with Richard for over twenty years and knows the details of their marriage intimately.
(b) She knows Steven personally and has watched him grow up.
(c) She is actually Barbara's half-sister.
(d) She believes she has been Sheba's closest confidant and has witnessed the affair first-hand.
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