River of Names by Dorothy Allison | All the Way in Flagstaff, Arizona by Richard Bausch
1. In River of Names, who is the narrator's lover?
2. In River of Names, what does the narrator's lover accuse her of?
(a) Being unfaithful.
(b) A poor attitude toward marriage.
(c) A fascination with violence.
(d) An interest in other families.
3. In River of Names, what is the narrator certain she does not want to do?
(a) Go back to college.
(b) Have children.
(c) Tell stories.
(d) Get married.
4. In All the Way in Flagstaff, what does William want to do when he grows up?
(a) Become a priest.
(b) Become a teacher.
(c) Become a firefighter.
(d) Become a doctor.
5. Where do Irene and the children move when they leave Flagstaff?
(a) Atlanta, Georgia.
(b) Miami, Florida.
(c) Nashville, Tennessee.
(d) New Orleans, Louisiana.
6. What is Walter's problem?
(a) He is losing his memory.
(b) He is dying of cancer.
(c) He is an alcoholic.
(d) He is having an affair.
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