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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. To avoid an intimate conversation with her father, Enid claims she needs to go get what?
2. Who drives Enid and Rebecca to spy on the date set for "Bearded Windbreaker"?
3. When Enid calls Bob Skeetes for the second time, why is she unable to leave a message?
4. What does Enid order at Hubba Hubba's?
5. While talking about her childhood with Rebecca, Enid wonders what has happened to all her old what?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Rebecca respond when she learns that Enid wants to go to college?
2. in Chapter Six, why are Enid and Rebecca disappointed with Angels?
3. Why does Enid love Hubba Hubba?
4. After kissing Josh, Enid pretends to feel what for him, in front of Rebecca?
5. Once Enid takes the college entry test, what are the next steps in the college entry process?
6. Why did Enid give the nickname "Norman" to the man always waiting at the bus stop?
7. Why do Enid and Rebecca leave a message for "Bearded Windbreaker"?
8. Why does Rebecca feel betrayed when she learns Enid plans to go to college?
9. After Enid's fight with Rebecca, Enid's father does what to try and cheer Enid?
10. Why do Rebecca and Enid go to Josh's apartment to watch the talk show John Ellis is on?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The battle between joining the corporate world and remaining on the fringe of society is a prominent theme in "Ghost World". Write an essay examining this theme in the graphic novel and how the various characters are affected by this.
Essay Topic 2
"Ghost World" is a novel rich with irony. Write a brief essay examining the use of irony in "Ghost World", citing at least three examples from the text.
Essay Topic 3
There are several instances within "Ghost World" where older men make inappropriate remarks to Enid. Examine the following questions:
1) What are some examples of this inappropriate behavior?
2) Why does this happen?
3) How does Enid respond to these remarks?
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