A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Wallace describes an exchange between the hero and the villain in "Blue Velvet." What is Lynch showing the audience through this scene? (from Pages 183-212)

2.

Why does Wallace feel the theme of consumption is appropriate for this state fair? (from Pages 111-137)

3.

Wallace uses Borg as an example of ________ tennis style. (from Pages 213-255)

4.

How does Wallace feel about the cruise director, Scott Peterson? (from Pages 319-353)

5.

In Hix's argument, "Morte d'Author," American post-structuralists argue what about authors? (from Pages 138-183)

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