Part 1 - Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4
1. "Hollywood: A Novel by Charles Bukowski" is a memoir of _____________.
2. What is Hank Chisanski's occupation?
(a) He's an actor.
(b) He's a producer.
(c) He's a director.
(d) He's a screenwriter.
3. What is a greater illusion than what is seen on the screen in Hollywood?
(a) Having control.
(b) Pleasing everyone.
(c) Maintaining control.
(d) Becoming rich.
4. What theme does "Hollywood: A Novel by Charles Bukowski" explore?
(a) The nature and craft of writing.
(b) Relationships of film to stage.
(c) How to become wealthy quickly.
(d) Relationships of love.
5. Which of the following does "Hollywood: A Novel by Charles Bukowski" not satirize about Hollywood?
(a) Sefl obsession.
6. Who calls Hank at the beginning of the novel?
7. Who is Sarah?
(a) Pinchot's sister.
(b) Pinchot's wife.
(c) Hank's sister.
(d) Hank's wife.
8. How does Hank travel to Pinchot's home?
(a) In a truck.
(b) On foot.
(c) Via the marina and boat.
(d) By train.
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