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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. Rebecca thought Enid was what, as a child?
2. What message is written on the garage in graffiti?
3. To avoid an intimate conversation with her father, Enid claims she needs to go get what?
4. Josh thought "Bearded Windbreaker" said what to them?
5. When they were kids, how did Rebecca and Enid feel about one another?
Short Essay Questions
1. Once Enid takes the college entry test, what are the next steps in the college entry process?
2. Why does Enid try to track down a childhood record?
3. Why does Enid love Hubba Hubba?
4. When Enid's father tries to offer comfort when she is crying, how does Enid respond?
5. Why is John Ellis going on a talk show?
6. John Ellis makes fun of Enid about what?
7. Why are Enid and Rebecca horrified when Melorra suggests they should hang out with her?
8. Why does Rebecca feel betrayed when she learns Enid plans to go to college?
9. When Enid goes to Josh's apartment alone, what happens?
10. After Enid's fight with Rebecca, Enid's father does what to try and cheer Enid?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Enid often plays practical jokes on others in "Ghost World". These jokes, although hilarious to her, are hurtful to others. Choose one of the practical jokes Enid participated in and answer the following questions:
1) What was the practical joke Enid played and why?
2) How did affect the other character?
3) How did it affect her?
Essay Topic 2
At the beginning of "Ghost World", Rebecca and Enid spend much of their time making fun of other people. They do this to create an emotional detachment from their relationships and the world around them. Write an essay examining this idea of emotional detachment as a coping strategy, taking a stand on why the girls choose to live their life in this fashion.
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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