Chapter 1: contempt, prodded, sneering, defiantly, hoodlums
Chapter 2: trousseau, intricate
Chapter 3: rationed, impassive
Chapter 4: disdainfully, submerged, dubiously, briskly, synagogue
Chapter 5: tentatively, gnarled
Chapter 8: ruefully, dismay
Chapter 9: wryly, wail
Chapter 10: condescending
Chapter 11: protruding
Chapter 14: tantalize, prolong, taut
Chapter 15: implored, caustic, strident, quavering
Questions that will be answered:
Chapter 1: Why are you running?
Chapter 2: Who is the man who rides past?
Chapter 3: Where is Mrs. Hirsch?
Chapter 4: Why will it be a long night?
Chapter 5: Who is the dark-haired one?
Chapter 6: Is the weather good for fishing?
Chapter 7: Describe the house by the sea.
Chapter 8: Who has died?
Chapter 9: Why are you lying?
Chapter 10: Why should we open the casket?
Chapter 11: Will we see you again soon, Peter?
Chapter 12: Where was Mama?
Chapter 13: Why must you run as fast as you can?
Chapter 14: What is it like on the dark path?
Chapter 15: Why is it important that the dogs smell meat?
Chapter 16: What will I tell you?