A Note To The Reader
1. Who tells the narrative of 'The Gospel According to Larry'?
(c) Janet Tashjian.
2. Who is Larry?
(a) The main character.
(b) A pseudonym for Josh.
(c) Josh's antagonist.
(d) The author.
3. What is Josh fighting against?
4. What is Josh's medium for conducting this fight?
(a) A website.
(b) Disruptive acts.
(c) Letters to local newspapers.
(d) Nonviolent protests.
5. What happens when 'Larry's' work becomes popular?
(a) Christy refuses to publish his work.
(b) Josh's anonymity is compromised.
(c) Larry signs a book contract.
(d) He splits with Josh.
6. How does Janet Tashjian claim to have received the manuscript for 'The Gospel According to Larry'?
(a) A young man handed it to her at the supermarket.
(b) She claimed to have discovered it in a box of her grandfather's papers.
(c) A young man thought it was hers and 'returned it' to her.
(d) She received the submission at the press where she worked.
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