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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 makes fun of Enid because she never learned how to do what?
2. Enid describes a fetus as what?
3. Rebecca and Enid take a trip to see what together?
4. In Chapter Six, what significant event surrounds the bus stop?
5. Just before kissing him, what does Enid tell Josh?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Rebecca feel betrayed when she learns Enid plans to go to college?
2. Why did Enid give the nickname "Norman" to the man always waiting at the bus stop?
3. in Chapter Six, why are Enid and Rebecca disappointed with Angels?
4. When Enid goes to Josh's apartment alone, what happens?
5. What do Rebecca and Enid make fun of, once they are at Hubba Hubba?
6. What unusual family dynamic did Enid grow up with and how did it affect her?
7. John Ellis makes fun of Enid about what?
8. When Enid's father tries to offer comfort when she is crying, how does Enid respond?
9. After Enid's fight with Rebecca, Enid's father does what to try and cheer Enid?
10. Why does Enid try to track down a childhood record?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay examining the deterioration of the friendship between Rebecca and Enid. Use the following questions as prompts.
1) At the beginning of "Ghost World", what was the relationship between Rebecca and Enid?
2) What were some factors that drove Rebecca and Enid apart?
3) Why did Rebecca and Enid choose to stop being friends, in spite of their history?
Essay Topic 2
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 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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