1. Who is the author of this book?
(a) Jodi Picoult.
(b) Mai Neng Moua.
(c) Anne Fadiman.
(d) Greg Mortenson.
2. What relationship does the author describe in the preface?
(a) Her relationship with her daughter.
(b) Her relationship with the publisher.
(c) Her relationship with the Lee family.
(d) Her relationship with the doctors.
3. How does the author keep records of her interviews for the book?
(a) She take notes.
(b) She records them with a video camera.
(c) They are tape recorded.
(d) She memorizes the notes.
4. What barrier does the author have in interviewing the family featured in the book?
(a) Time constraints.
(b) Her writing ability.
(d) Geographical distance.
5. How does the author work through the barrier in interviewing the family?
(a) Works through rough deadlines.
(b) Gets her publisher to pay for travel.
(c) Takes writing classes.
(d) She uses an interpreter.
6. What do the interviews described in the preface offer a glimpse into?
(a) The struggles of a writer.
(b) A glimpse into the Hmong culture.
(c) How a writer interviews difficult subjects.
(d) How the government deals with refugees.
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