The Princess Bride
1. Who is William Goldman?
(a) The book's author.
(b) The father of the book's author.
(c) The son of the book's author.
(d) The book's fictitious author.
2. As a child, the author was what?
(a) A painfully shy child who loved math and science.
(b) A bubbly child who played the banjo.
(c) A loner who did not excel in sports.
(d) An active, social child involved in theater and sports.
3. When the author was a child in 1941, what happened to him?
(b) Near drowning.
(d) Bike accident.
4. Who entertained the author when he was a child recovering at home?
5. How did the author's relative entertain him during his recovery period?
(a) Reciting songs and poems.
(b) Reading him a story.
(c) Inventing action stories.
(d) Sharing family secrets.
6. For years, the author heard The Princess Bride being told in the voice of his what?
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