1. What does the author immediately state his misgivings about?
(a) Playing golf
(b) Writing the story
(c) Going to Paris
2. What is the reason the author states he is writing the story?
(a) His friend's biographer will have useful information.
(b) He needs money.
(c) He needs people to understand.
(d) He wants to get over his depression.
3. What does the author initially state he has not done?
(a) Based anything on the truth
(b) Invented or embellished anything
(c) Included his wife in the story
(d) Injected any humor
4. What two things does the author state he has changed in the book?
(a) Names and conversations
(b) Cities and the age of characters
(c) Conversations and cities
(d) The chronological settings and names
5. What does the author admit is part of his problem in writing the novel?
(a) He is writing about Paris.
(b) He is writing about friends.
(c) He is writing about his secrets.
(d) He is writing about an American.
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