Chapter 1 and If On a Winter's Night a Traveler
1. From what perspective is most of the novel written?
(a) Third person omniscient.
(b) Second person.
(c) First person.
(d) Third person limited.
2. What does the author assume about the reader throughout the book?
(a) That the reader likes to read.
(b) That the reader is poor.
(c) That the reader is a man.
(d) That the reader is a teenager.
3. Where does the author assume that the reader reads the book?
(a) In bed.
(b) On a plane.
(c) Curled up in a chair at home.
(d) On a bus.
4. For what does the author chastise the reader?
(a) Reading in bed.
(b) Taking the book to work.
(c) Taking the book on the subway.
(d) Reading in the dark.
5. Where does <i>If On a Winter's Night a Traveler</i> begin?
(a) A train station.
(b) A diner.
(c) A library.
(d) A bus station.
6. Why does the man in <i>If On a Winter's Night a Traveler</i> want to turn back time?
(a) So he can postpone his meeting.
(b) So he can be happy again.
(c) So his train is not late.
(d) So he doesn't have to see the woman waiting for him.
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