1. What kind of a book is On Writing?
(a) A novel.
(b) Part biography and part how-to.
(c) A book on writing a biography.
(d) A book on writing.
2. What is the first chapter, C.V., about?
(a) Stories related to how King became a horror novelist.
(b) Stories from King's childhood related to how he became a writer.
(c) Stories about King's early life.
(d) Stories about King's views on writing.
3. What is one reason for reading the book, On Writing?
(a) It provides a discussion of King's famous works.
(b) It provides King's views on other writer's formulas for success.
(c) It provides inspiration.
(d) It provides a formats for writers.
4. How can the book, On Writing, be described?
(a) A poorly conceived hack job.
(b) Clever, formulistic, but inspiring.
(c) A masterpiece.
(d) Poignant, educated and inspiring.
5. What does one of King's babysitters do to him?
(a) Feeds him too many eggs and then locks him in a closet.
(b) Tortures King with a belt.
(c) Mistreats him and complains to his mother about his behavior.
(d) Forces him to stay in his room all day.
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