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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. Since Enid and Josh kissed, Rebecca is convinced that Josh what?
2. Rebecca makes fun of Enid because she never learned how to do what?
3. What are Rebecca and Enid looking at in the beginning of Chapter Seven?
4. When Enid's father tries to talk to her about being upset, she blames what as the cause?
5. How do Enid and Rebecca get to Hubba Hubba?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Enid try to track down a childhood record?
2. Why did Enid give the nickname "Norman" to the man always waiting at the bus stop?
3. Why is it ironic that Rebecca worries about "some creep" falling in love with her?
4. Why do Rebecca and Enid go to Josh's apartment to watch the talk show John Ellis is on?
5. What do Rebecca and Enid make fun of, once they are at Hubba Hubba?
6. in Chapter Six, why are Enid and Rebecca disappointed with Angels?
7. John Ellis makes fun of Enid about what?
8. Why do Enid and Rebecca leave a message for "Bearded Windbreaker"?
9. After Enid's fight with Rebecca, Enid's father does what to try and cheer Enid?
10. When Enid's father tries to offer comfort when she is crying, how does Enid respond?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Examine the relationship between Rebecca and Enid.
1) Why are they friends?
2) What do they have in common?
3) How do they treat each other?
Essay Topic 2
When Enid bumps into John Crowley, he berates her for continuing to live her life outside of the corporate world.
1) Who is John Crowley? What is his relationship to Enid?
2) Who was John Crowley? Who is he now?
3) Why does John Crowley want Enid to follow in his footsteps?
Essay Topic 3
Enid has several odd relationship with men throughout "Ghost World". Examine the relationship between Enid and one of the following characters, using examples from the text.
1) Enid and Josh.
2) Enid and Bob Skeetes.
3) Enid and her father.
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