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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 32.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Arthur, who possesses "profound human goodness"?
2. In her letter about the obituary in the Globe and Mail, what does Reta state she has missed out on?
(a) Something definable.
(c) Some indefinable something.
3. In what month does Reta write her letter to Ford-Halpern?
4. In Reta's letter to Ford-Halpern, what is "an endless series of obstacles, an alignment of locked doors"?
(a) Emma's loss.
(b) Reta's mind.
(c) Danielle's obstacles.
(d) Norah's world.
5. What rationale does Reta offer about Norah's strange behavior in her letter to Valkner?
(a) It is Norah's way of getting back at Reta for not being there for her.
(b) It is Norah's deliberate effort to extiguish herself and be a nothing.
(c) It is Norah's attempt to be special and above everyone else.
(d) It is Norah's excuse not to finish school and get her degree.
Short Answer Questions
1. What two actual events do Reta's writer friends also discuss at the Orange Blossom Room?
2. What do Tom and the girls see as a contradiction about the American event they are fixated on?
3. What is the first subject Reta and her writer friends discuss at the Orange Blossom Room?
4. What draft does Arthur ask Reta to send him?
5. What kind of woman does Reta realize she cannot create for a heroine in her novel?
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