Introduction, Editorial Note and The North
1. Who writes the introduction of the book?
(a) Sally Fitzgerald.
(b) Flannery O'Connor.
(c) Reynolds Price.
(d) Truman Capote.
2. Why does this person write an introduction for the book?
(a) She was O'Connor's sister.
(b) She knows O'Connor personally.
(c) She was a college roommate of O'Connor's.
(d) She was O'Connor's publisher.
3. Fitzgerald says that the letters provide _____________________.
(a) A brief summary of O'Connor's life.
(b) A cursory glance at O'Connor's code of ethics.
(c) A curriculum vitae for O'Connor.
(d) An in-depth look at O'Connor's life.
4. From where were some of O'Connor's letters taken?
(a) Her doctoral thesis.
(b) Her college papers.
(c) Her first poetry book.
(d) Her girlhood diaries.
5. The writings in the book contain knowledge and awareness of O'Connor's development as __________________.
(a) A woman.
(b) A writer.
(c) All of these.
(d) A thinker.
6. What years are covered in Part I: Up North and Getting Home?
7. What is the purpose of the Editorial Note?
(a) To express appreciation.
(b) To provide guidelines.
(c) To ask for donations.
(d) To cite references.
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