A Question of Upbringing
1. What is Jenkins looking at at the beginning of the novel?
(a) A fire.
(b) A photo album.
(c) A painting.
(d) The sunset.
2. What memories does Jenkins think over at the beginning to "A Question of Upbringing"?
(a) Memories of school.
(b) Memories of his family.
(c) Memories of the war.
(d) Memories of summer camp.
3. What does Jenkins say he can see when he looks back at his memories?
(a) The reason he ended up where he has.
(b) The mistakes he made.
(c) The associations between seemingly unconnected people.
(d) The influence his parents had on him.
4. What is Widmerpool doing when Jenkins first encounters him in "A Question of Upbringing"?
5. What does Jenkins note about Widmerpool in Chapter 1 of "A Question of Upbringing"?
(a) Widmerpool comes from a working class family.
(b) Widmerpool is the big man on campus.
(c) Widmerpool acts before he thinks.
(d) Widmerpool is often alone.
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