1 of 5
The narrator describes ___ as a disease which preys upon Orlando's system.

2 of 5
When Nick Green first appears in the novel, what is his profession?

3 of 5
What aspect of Orlando's estate does Greene find smothering?

4 of 5
When Orlando reads a satire about himself, he vows to give up on men and sends for ___ to keep him company.

5 of 5
When Orlando withdraws from society, he becomes consumed by a "lethargy of ___."