Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto Multiple Choice Test Questions

Chuck Klosterman
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Introduction and '1: This is Elmo, 0:01'

1. Which generation does Klosterman acknowledge he belongs to?
(a) The Greatest Generation.
(b) The Millenial Generation.
(c) The Hippie Generation.
(d) Generation X.

2. Between which two states does Klosterman say he wrote this book?
(a) Anger and contentment.
(b) Hope and fear.
(c) Michigan and Indiana.
(d) Sleep and alertness.

3. In the Introduction, Klosterman says his goal in writing the novel is to explain what?
(a) How we can be happy.
(b) Why we are alive.
(c) Why he hates himself.
(d) Where America is headed.

4. In the introduction, what data does Klosterman say is the way he analyzes his goal?
(a) Pop culture.
(b) Postmodern literature.
(c) Personal anecdotes.
(d) Election data.

5. What statement at the beginning of Chapter 1 does Klosterman think will haunt him later?
(a) He can never satisfy a woman.
(b) John Cusack will never win an Oscar.
(c) America has only ten years left in it.
(d) He is the greatest writer of his generation.

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