1. Casares is from what country?
2. The essayist say Casares's novels are rich in what?
(a) Reasoned imagination.
(b) Surreal imagination.
(c) Provoking images.
(d) Bizarre character sketches.
3. What do Casares's friends call him?.
4. What is the name of the magazine where Bioy started his career?
(b) Latin Maker.
5. What are the Spanish poets and intellectuals fleeing in the 30s?
(a) Franco's government.
(b) The First World War.
(c) The Spanish Civil War.
(d) The Communist Government.
6. What is the name of the writer with whom Casares developed a close friendship?
(a) Jorge Luis Borges.
(b) Peter Robinson.
(c) Garbriel Marcia Marquez.
(d) Henry James.
7. What is the name of the Mexican poet referenced in the introduction?
(a) Gabriella Brimmer.
(b) Octavio Paz.
(c) Manuel Carpio.
(d) Pita Amor.
8. Which one of Bioy's stories does the writer mention in the introduction?
(a) The Misadventurers of the Girl Who Hated Icecream.
(b) The Invention that Changed the World.
(c) The Adventure of a Photographer in La Plata.
(d) Family Ties and Other Assortments.
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