Section 1, Through p. 34
1. In which decade did Von Humboldt Fleisher publish his book of ballads?
(a) The Fifties.
(b) The Thirties.
(c) The Twenties.
(d) The Forties.
2. What is the title of of Von Humboldt Fleisher's book of ballads?
(b) Ballads of Love.
(c) From Hagel to Marx.
(d) Harlequin Ballads.
3. What college does Charlie Citrine attend?
(a) University of Iowa.
(b) Columbia University.
(c) Notre Dame.
(d) University of Wisconsin.
4. How does Citrine first get in touch with Humboldt?
(a) He telephones him.
(b) He writes him a letter.
(c) They meet on a Greyhound bus.
(d) He meets him in a bar.
5. What does Humboldt say about Citrine winning the Pulitzer Prize for his book?
(a) "The Pulitzer is for the birds."
(b) "He is my friend."
(c) "It's a great honor."
(d) "If anyone deserves it, he does."
6. How does Charlie Citrine make a fortune?
(a) He wins the Nobel Prize.
(b) He writes a Broadway play.
(c) He writes a film score.
(d) He writes a best-selling novel.
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