The Nick Adams Stories Multiple Choice Test Questions

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1. Who writes the Preface of THE NICK ADAMS STORIES?
(a) The editor.
(b) William Faulkner.
(c) Nick Adams.
(d) Ernest Hemingway.

2. Why is the Preface written?
(a) To provide some insight into the author's motivation.
(b) To warn the reader about foul language.
(c) To explain the reason for the collection.
(d) To encourage the reader to look for symbolism.

3. The collection consists of _________________.
(a) Poems.
(b) Haiku.
(c) Essays.
(d) Short stories.

4. Who is the subject of the stories?
(a) Nick Adams.
(b) Charles Lindbergh.
(c) Truman Capote.
(d) Ernest Hemingway.

5. What does the editor say about the stories?
(a) They are riotously funny.
(b) The author was incoherent.
(c) They are largely incoherent.
(d) They have never been arranged into a coherent whole.

6. What is unknown about the stories?
(a) Their interconnection.
(b) Their authenticity.
(c) Their autobiographical qualities.
(d) Their authorship.

7. What does the author also tell the reader about the book?
(a) It is non-fiction.
(b) It contains some unpublished manuscripts.
(c) It is autobiographical.
(d) It is a hard book to get through.

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