"The Lost Year"
1. From what narrative perspective is "The Lost Year" related?
(a) Second person.
(b) First Person.
(c) Third person.
(d) Fourth person.
2. What happens when the central figure of "The Lost Year" begins to think everything is clearing up?
(a) He hears a bell ring.
(b) He remembers his mother.
(c) He is at a loss for words.
(d) He leaves to go to school.
3. How does the narrator of "The Lost Year" say it always begins for the central figure?
(a) With a song.
(b) With a dream.
(c) With a shadow.
(d) With the wind.
4. What always happens when the central figure of "The Lost Year" turns see who is calling his name?
(a) He makes a complete turn and ends up in the same place.
(b) He turns to find his father staring at him.
(c) He hears the sound of the ocean calling out to him.
(d) He falls down a breaks his ankle.
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