Section 1: Introduction, To Arsene Houssaye & The Foreigner
1. In "To Arsène Houssaye", what does Baudelaire say this work lacks?
(a) A head or tail.
(b) Common sense.
(c) The touches of an editor.
2. In "To Arsène Houssaye", what does the author say reading Aloysius Bertrand made him want to do?
(a) Become a journalist.
(b) Write a novel.
(c) Change his career.
(d) Copy his style.
3. In "The Foreigner", what emotion does Baudelaire discuss?
4. In "The Foreigner", what does Baudelaire say about his father?
(a) Baudelaire does not mention his father.
(b) He does not know his father.
(c) He does not have one.
(d) He loves his.
5. What does Baudelaire say about friends in "The Foreigner"?
(a) They are more important than family.
(b) They waste time.
(c) He does not know the meaning.
(d) He only has a few.
6. In "The Foreigner", what does Baudelaire say he does not know the latitude of?
(a) His mind.
(b) His country.
(c) His abilities.
(d) His city.
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