1 of 5
On the narrator’s farm there is an animal that it is ___.

2 of 5
In the story of the leaking dam that the narrator was told as a child, what shape does the path of the man’s footprints make?

3 of 5
When Esa returns to the farm after World War I, he brings a small sketch of ___ with him.

4 of 5
Which Shakespearean play does the narrator discuss with Farah?

5 of 5
The narrator observes that men claim success for farms, but the glory truly belongs to ___.