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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. When Enid calls Bob Skeetes for the second time, why is she unable to leave a message?
2. What are desserts called at Hubba Hubba?
3. Enid takes a special class to learn how to do what?
4. What does a little old man buy for his wife that Enid thinks is "so cute"?
5. While at Angels, Enid and Rebecca complain that they never see whom anymore?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Rebecca respond when she learns that Enid wants to go to college?
2. When Enid's father tries to offer comfort when she is crying, how does Enid respond?
3. After kissing Josh, Enid pretends to feel what for him, in front of Rebecca?
4. Why is John Ellis going on a talk show?
5. When Enid goes to Josh's apartment alone, what happens?
6. Why does Enid love Hubba Hubba?
7. Why do Rebecca and Enid go to Josh's apartment to watch the talk show John Ellis is on?
8. Why did Enid give the nickname "Norman" to the man always waiting at the bus stop?
9. What unusual family dynamic did Enid grow up with and how did it affect her?
10. What is the atmosphere like in Hubba Hubba?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
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 3
Write an essay supporting or refuting the following statement, citing examples from the text: Enid is in love with Rebecca, on more than a friendship level.
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