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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9 | Chapter 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Reta attend a series of interviews in September?
(a) Reta attends them because she enjoys being interviewed.
(b) Reta attends them because it is part of her research.
(c) Reta attends them in order to get a raise at work.
(d) Reta attends them on behalf of her mentor.
2. What does Tom's friend, Colin Glass, try to explain to Norah when he comes over for dinner?
(a) Newton's Laws of Motion.
(b) Curie's Theory of Radioactivity.
(c) Einstein's Theory of Relativity.
(d) Darwin's Theory of Evolution.
3. How does Reta explain Norah's strange behavior to Christine and Natalie?
(a) Reta tells them Norah is living a life in pursuit of beauty.
(b) Reta tells them Norah is living a life in pursuit of goodness.
(c) Reta tells them Norah is living a life of sacrifice and good will.
(d) Reta tells them Norah is living a life devoted to God.
4. What is the first subject Reta and her writer friends discuss at the Orange Blossom Room?
(a) The nature of goodness.
(b) The loss of truth.
(c) The way to forgiveness.
(d) The path to enlightenment.
5. What troubles Norah when she comes home one weekend her second year at university?
(a) Norah is anxious about her decision to live with her boyfriend.
(b) Norah is disturbed by the sense that she cannot love anyone enough.
(c) Norah is afraid that she will disappoint her parents by failing school.
(d) Norah is upset that she cannot spend more time with her sisters.
Short Answer Questions
1. How are Reta and Danielle different?
2. According to Reta, what is "full of rough corners that seem to me just about to come into their full beauty"?
3. According to Reta, what is the most important aspect in her life?
4. What two actual events do Reta's writer friends also discuss at the Orange Blossom Room?
5. What is the name of the book Reta picks up at Orangetown Library?
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