Advertisement & Chapter I
1. What kind of novel is Wieland?
2. In what area is Wieland set?
(c) San Francisco.
3. What reasons are given for the supernatural appearances of the story in Wieland?
4. In what period is Wieland set?
5. In what form is the story of Wieland written?
(a) A poem.
(b) A string of loose thoughts.
(c) A letter.
(d) A journal.
6. On whom does the narrator place a focus in Chapter I?
(a) Her brother.
(b) His mother.
(c) His father.
(d) Her father.
7. What does the narrator warn about in Chapter 1?
(a) Fantastic horrors.
(b) His thoughts.
(c) Her fears.
(d) His fears.
8. What does the religious fanatic build for his beliefs?
(a) A mosque.
(b) A church.
(c) A brothel.
(d) A temple.
9. Why does the religious fanatic come to America?
(a) To advise friends.
(b) To convert the natives.
(c) To play pool.
(d) To win the lottery.
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