1. According to the novelist, what is used to write this novel?
(a) A Remington SL3.
(b) An Olivetti manual typewriter.
(c) A word processor.
(d) A pen and paper.
2. Where does the writer sense the novel of his dreams is located?
(a) In his file cabinet.
(b) In his head.
(c) Inside the Remington SL3.
(d) At the library.
3. What does the writer want to send his readers?
(a) Coney Island hot dogs.
(c) Orchids and Peonies.
(d) Radio signals.
4. What is the writer's old typewriter named?
(a) Remington SL2.
(b) Remington Quick Tab.
(c) Smith and Corona.
5. What does the writer have under lock and key?
(a) A bottle of champagne.
(b) A lot of money.
(c) A bottle of Anais Nin.
(d) A bottle of beer.
6. What does the writer's new typewriter speak?
(a) Spanish and French.
(b) Electric Shakespeare.
(c) Electric Mark Twain.
(d) Electric linquistics.
7. What happens to the writer's finger last week?
(a) Nothing happened to it.
(b) It is broken when he drops his typewriter on it.
(c) It is cut when he is slicing limes.
(d) It is pinched by a giant land crab.
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