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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 32.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Arthur tell Reta the day after Christmas that he has been up all night?
(a) Because he has not received her book.
(b) Because he is concerned Reta will miss a deadline.
(c) Because her book needs a lot of work.
(d) Because he has been thinking about Alicia.
2. According to Reta's writer friends at the Orange Blossom Room, why are women excluded from real life?
(a) Because men view women as superior to everyday concerns.
(b) Because men view women as lacking moral authority and capability.
(c) Because men view women as incapable of rational thought.
(d) Because men view women as more capable and superior.
3. What draft does Arthur ask Reta to send him?
(a) The first draft of her new novel.
(b) The first draft of her next novel.
(c) The final draft of her new novel.
(d) The final draft of her next novel.
4. In what point of view is Reta considering writing her novel?
(a) Second-person point of view.
(b) First-person point of view.
(c) Third-person omniscient point of view.
(d) Third-person limited point of view.
5. How does Tessa discover the mystery of Norah's disappearance six months prior?
(a) Tessa runs into Norah outside the Toronto library.
(b) Tessa finds Norah panhandling outside the subway in Toronto.
(c) Tessa's mother sees Norah walking down Bloor and Bathurst in Toronto.
(d) Tessa discovers Norah's diary in the Orangetown Library.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Arthur consider the last chapter in Reta's novel to be?
2. In her letter about the obituary in the Globe and Mail, what kind of days does Reta write that she is going through?
3. Why does Reta attend a series of interviews in September?
4. What kind of woman does Reta realize she cannot create for a heroine in her novel?
5. How does Reta explain Norah's strange behavior to Christine and Natalie?
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