1. Whose quote opens “Red Meat: What Difference did Stesichoros Make?”
(c) Gertrude Stein's.
(d) Emily Dickinson's.
2. Approximately when was Stesichoros born?
(a) 500 B.C.
(b) 100 B.C.
(c) 650 B.C.
(d) 250 B.C.
3. In what city was Stesichoros born?
4. Stesichoros is said to have spoken a mixed dialect in the novel's introduction. What dialects did he speak?
(a) Scymnic and Carthaginian.
(b) Agrigento and Calambrian.
(c) Chalcidian and Doric.
(d) Syracusan and Strabian.
5. Stesichoros' words were collected in how many books, according to the author in the introduction?
6. How many titles remain of Stesichoros' books today?
(a) 100 or so.
(b) 20 or so.
(c) 12 or so.
(d) 5 or so.
7. By whom was Stesichoros supposedly struck blind?
(c) Helen of Troy.
8. Who claimed that Stesichoros was the "Most Homeric of the lyric poets," according to the author in the introduction?
(d) Gertrude Stein.
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