1. Where is the narrator always drawn back to?
(a) Where he went to school.
(b) Where he lived.
(c) Where he worked.
(d) Where he vacationed.
2. Where is the narrator's brownstone located?
(a) New York.
(d) San Francisco.
3. What is the narrator's room crowded with?
(b) Attic furniture.
(c) Piles of dishes.
4. What causes the narrator to write about Holly Golightly?
(a) The narrator reads about her in the paper.
(b) The narrator bumps into her on the street.
(c) A conversation with Joe Bell about her.
(d) The narrator has a dream about her.
5. Where is Holly's apartment in relation to the narrator's apartment?
(a) It is above his.
(b) It is below his.
(c) It is beside his.
(d) It is across the street.
6. According to Joe Bell, why does he not have an easy nature?
(a) Because he suffers from migraines.
(b) Because he had a rough childhood.
(c) Because he is a bachelor and has a sour stomach.
(d) Because he dislikes people.
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