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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 31.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Reta sign her letter to Ford-Halpern?
(a) Yours, Reta Winters.
(b) Yours, Rita Orange.
(c) Yours, Reta Orangetown.
(d) Yours, Rita Orange d'Ville.
2. In January, what has Reta left in limbo since her last conversation with Arthur Springer?
(a) Writing her novel.
(b) Translating Danielle's book.
(c) Talking to Danielle.
(d) Visiting Norah.
3. How does Reta describe her sexual relationship with Tom?
(a) As uncomfortable and unpleasant.
(b) As familiar and a safe routine.
(c) As exciting and unpredictable.
(d) As dull and infrequent.
4. Why does Norah enroll at the University of Toronto?
(a) To get away from her boyfriend.
(b) To be closer to her family.
(c) To live with her boyfriend.
(d) To get away from her family.
5. What great themes of literature does Reta tell Helt she learned while in high school?
(a) Birth, death, love, connections, work, and understanding.
(b) Birth, death, good, evil, and sympathy.
(c) Birth, love, work, goodness, and sympathy.
(d) Birth, death, work, suffering, and understanding.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Reta's letter to Ford-Halpern, what failure is "a moral dilemma in itself"?
2. According to Reta, what is the most important aspect in her life?
3. Why does Reta include "The Hermitage" in her signature at the end of her letter of complaint about "Great Minds of the Western Intellectual World"?
4. What has been able to distract Reta from grieving for Norah?
5. What is the name of the place Reta meets her friends on Tuesdays?
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