A Frolic of His Own Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Using only the newspapers of the day, what is Oscar showing? (from Section 6 (through page 156))


To what does Pai direct Oscar's attention to that Oscar identifies as coming from Book 1 of Plato's Republic? (from Section 7 (through page 208))


What does Pai say about Oscar seeking substantial monetary damages? (from Section 7 (through page 208))


In a complaint filed with U.S. District Court, SD, New York, September 30, 1990, Oscar L. Crease, Plaintiff vs. Erebus Entertainment, Inc., Ben B. F. Leva, Constantine Kiester a/k/a Jonathan Livingston (Siegal), and others, Defendants, alleges on or about July 1, 1977, plaintiff submits an original play entitled "Once at Antietam" to Kiester, then a television producer; Kiester returns said play with a note, saying what? (from Section 7 (through page 163))


Why does James B. file a suit? (from Section 8 (through page 235))

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