Bright Lights, Big City Short Answer Test - Answer Key

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1. In what point of view is the novel written?

Second person.

2. Who is the narrator talking with at the club?

A girl with a shaved head.

3. What is the narrator's nickname for cocaine?

Bolivian Marching Powder.

4. With whom did the narrator come to the club?

Tad Allagash.

5. What is Tad Allagash's main goal in life?

He strives to have more fun than anyone else in New York City.

6. Who does the narrator hope to meet in the club?

The kind of girl who would not be in a place like that.

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