1 of 5
What is the greatest cause of discussion and strife in Mary’s immediate and extended family?

2 of 5
Towards the end of the novel, religion provides something that is able to comfort Mary, but at the cost that it ___.

3 of 5
What does Rufus wish he could be better at, to make his father proud of him?

4 of 5
In the section titled “Knoxville: summer 1915” what does young Rufus seem to have a conversation with?

5 of 5
What is the butterfly that lands on Jay’s coffin symbolic of?