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