1 of 5
Dr. Kenn observes that things are tending toward wayward choice, rather than “adherence to obligation which has its roots in ___."

2 of 5
When Maggie first reads Thomas a Kempis, what does she experience?

3 of 5
Maggie and ___ are described as behaving like young animals together.

4 of 5
The parable of St. Ogg is about which virtue?

5 of 5
Which aspect of Maggie’s appearance is presented as her most striking?