Pages 1 through 37
1. At the beginning of the book, in the section entitled, "How this book is structured," what is the name that the author uses to describe the different sections of the book?
2. What is the slightly longer characterization the author uses to describe the different sections of the book?
(a) Figments of the imagination.
(b) Literary musings.
(c) Lists of terms.
(d) Fragments of discourse.
3. In the section entitled, "I am engulfed, I succumb," the author discusses which of the following desires?
(a) To lose oneself in a good story.
(b) To be overcome with emotion or to swoon.
(c) To be embraced by one's lover.
(d) To fall into a deep sleep.
4. When does this desire affect the subject?
(a) When the subject is in a state of raw panic.
(b) When the subject is in a state of despair or fulfillment.
(c) When the subject is bored.
(d) When the subject is irritated.
This section contains 7,059 words
(approx. 24 pages at 300 words per page)