Chapter 1, The Wide Skirt | Chapter 2, Under the Raft
1. In the beginning of Chapter 1, Oskar, states that he is in a mental hospital and is being watched. How does he feel about the person watching him?
(a) He resents the person watching.
(b) He wishes the person watching was real.
(c) He despises the person watching.
(d) His is fond of the person watching.
2. Oskar describes his room in the mental hospital. How does he describe his bed?
(a) Cold and hard.
(b) Soft as a cloud.
(c) As a goal.
(d) His demise.
3. During their conversation at the beginning of the book, where does Oskar say Bruno "derived all his inspiration"?
(a) From Oskar.
(b) His mother.
(c) The virgin paper.
(d) The ceiling.
4. What does Oskar say he does to make it through his day?
(a) Play his drum.
(c) Talk with Bruno.
(d) Read the paper.
5. What happens after Joseph Koljaiczak hides under Anna Bronksi's skirts?
(a) Anna slaps him.
(b) Anna becomes pregnant with Oskar's mother.
(c) The police catch him.
(d) He catches a disease.
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