1. From whom does Ashenden ignore telephone messages?
(a) His mother.
(b) Alroy Kear.
(c) His landlady.
(d) His fiance.
2. Who is Miss Fellows?
(a) Ashenden's best friend's sister.
(b) Ashenden's landlady.
(c) Ashenden's fiancee.
(d) Ashenden's sister.
3. How long has Ashenden known Kear?
(a) He's never met him.
(b) 3 years.
(c) 1 year.
(d) 20 years.
4. What is Kear able to do?
(a) Become an adviser to the Duke of Wellington.
(b) Marry the girl everyone else wants to marry in college.
(c) Parley his little talent into a successful writing and speaking career.
(d) Become a member of the House of Commons.
5. How does Ashenden characterize Kear's early novels?
(b) Exquisitely beautiful.
6. Who is generous in giving new writers a leg up?
7. About what does Kear seem to have no qualms?
(a) Abandoning those whose usefulness he has exhausted.
(b) Taking money for trash.
(c) Publishing poor fiction.
8. What is Kear free of?
(a) Family obligations.
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