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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following does Flannery share information about the editorial process?
(c) All of these.
2. In one letter, Flannery states that "The __________ world sprouts from our sins of omission."
3. Who is the new person to whom Flannery writes in 1962?
(a) Charlotte Garrison.
(b) Charlotte Gafford.
(c) Charlotte Greves.
(d) Charlotte Grey.
4. Within provincial Georgia, Flannery is considered to be one of ____________________.
(a) "Those single women."
(b) "The contrarians."
(c) "The rebels."
(d) "The country's greatest writers."
5. For what gift does Flannery thank the Fitzgeralds?
Short Answer Questions
1. Louise is ill and visits the doctor for the first time at the age of ____________.
2. What is Flannery's writing style regarding how the piece will extend?
3. Flannery's mother wishes that the people who work on her farm could get _________________.
4. What emerges as one of Flannery O'Connor's traits?
5. Which of Flannery's friends wears a Russian costume of a large hat and black cape?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Flannery show that her characters become very real for her?
2. What pattern begins to emerge in the letters regarding the addressees?
3. What does Flannery share with "A" about seeing her novel in print?
4. How does Flannery say she reacted when seeing the scope of the changes on her manuscript?
5. What is the nature of the book on which Flannery plans to focus this year?
6. What has become evident about the information Flannery shares with her different friends?
7. What outstanding quality emerges when looking at the length of time span for the letters?
8. What is the title of this Part and why is it significant?
9. What fear about her book does Flannery share in a letter in this section?
10. To which person does Flannery write both the first and last letters in this section?
This section contains 777 words
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