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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the beginning of Chapter Four, Rebecca suggests Enid has gone to what?
2. What does John Crowley plan to do with his life?
3. John Ellis's creepy friend is a former what?
4. What does Allen Weinstein's mother do for a living?
5. In Chapter Four, Rebecca is upset that Enid did what without her?
Short Essay Questions
1. After kissing Josh, Enid pretends to feel what for him, in front of Rebecca?
2. Why does Enid make fun of the type of girls who read fashion magazines?
3. Why do Rebecca and Enid go to Josh's apartment to watch the talk show John Ellis is on?
4. When does Enid have a "semi-religious" experience at Cavetown, USA?
5. When Melorra bumps into Rebecca and Enid, why does she annoy them?
6. Why does Rebecca joke that Enid wants to have a sexual relationship with John Ellis?
7. Why does Enid share the story of Rebecca's virginity with others?
8. Bob Skeetes spends an excessive amount of time at Enid's yard sale, then tries to do what?
9. Why does Enid claim the cookie box is pornographic?
10. Why does Enid want to be a "totally different person"?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Labels play a prominent role in Enid's life. Whether using labels to define others or define herself, Enid is quick to categorize many aspects of her life this way. Write an essay examining whether or not this obsession with labels limit Enid's world, supporting your theory with examples from the text.
Essay Topic 2
Physical appearance is a significant part of Enid's life. Create a stance of what appearance represents to Enid, citing examples from the text.
Essay Topic 3
In "Ghost World", Enid is right on the cusp between being a girl and being a woman. Sometimes, she clings to her past. Other times, she is quick to run from it. Examine the dichotomy in this relationship, using examples from the text to support your theory.
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