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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 7.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In Chapter 5, the author writes of a "Blue ceiling calling a body into the midst of" what?
(a) "Azure."
(b) "Melancholy."
(c) "Legality."
(d) "Freedom."

2. What phrase is repeated in the first of the prints displayed in Chapter 3?
(a) "I do not always feel colored."
(b) "Your memory, vessel of your feelings."
(c) "A past stacked among your pillows."
(d) "Get you to Heaven."

3. In Chapter 6, the author says, "The fiction of the facts assumes innocence, ignorance, lack of intention" and what else?
(a) "Ambition."
(b) "Corruption."
(c) "Education."
(d) "Misdirection."

4. What does the author describe around the collar of her big coat in Chapter 5?
(a) "Soft silk."
(b) "Fake fur."
(c) "Fancy fur."
(d) "A wool scarf."

5. What is the author's response to the question regarding tennis, "Did you win?" in Chapter 7?
(a) "It was too unimportant to matter."
(b) "It wasn't a match, I say. It was a lesson."
(c) "I can't remember."
(d) "I lost."

Short Answer Questions

1. What does the author describe metaphorically in Chapter 5 as "well-oiled doors opening and closing between intention, gesture"?

2. On what date did the center of Hurricane Katrina pass southeast of New Orleans, Louisiana?

3. What does the author claim the world says not to wear in the house in Chapter 4?

4. According to the world's view, the author says in Chapter 4, "No one should adhere to the facts that contribute to" what?

5. Where does the author solicit the reader to "Join me down here" in Chapter 5?

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