Introduction | Preface
1. What did Twain notice when he wrote his autobiography in pen?
(a) It took too long for him to write.
(b) It was hard to read.
(c) It was too literary.
(d) He strayed from the facts.
2. How was Twain recording his autobiography when he died?
(a) He wrote with a quill pen.
(b) He wrote with a typewriter.
(c) He dictated to a secretary.
(d) He wrote with pencil on scraps of paper.
3. When did Twain say his publishers could release his ideas on God and religion?
4. When does Twain want his book to be published?
(a) When his last living child dies.
(b) After his death.
(c) When his wife dies.
(d) In ten year editions.
5. To what does Twain compare writing his autobiography?
(a) Writing love letters.
(b) Keeping a journal.
(c) Walking through memories.
(d) Painting a picture.
6. How does Twain hope to write?
Chapters 1-2 | Chapters 3-4
7. Where was Twain born?
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