Float Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

In "Nelligan: Some Poems Translated from the French," Carson loosely translates poems by the Quebecker poet, Émile Nelligan. Which of the following themes is central to the work of Nelligan? (from Nelligan: Some Poems Translated from the French)

2.

Carson makes her 'thesis' in "Variations on the Right to Remain Silent" via example. Which of the following are not sources cited in Carson's essay? (from Variations on the Right to Remain Silent)

3.

In "108 (flotage)," Carson narrates a fragmentary conversation between which of the following characters? (from 108 (flotage))

4.

In "Contempts: A Study of Profit and Nonprofit in Homer, Moravia and Godard," Carson lists three female figures central to the texts named in this chapbook's title. Which of the following is not a female figure listed? (from Contempts: A Study of Profit and Nonprofit in Homer, Moravia and Godard )

5.

In "By Chance the Cycladic People," Carson enumerates a series of fictionalized and historical points about the Cycladic peoples. In what temporal period did the Cycladic people live? (from By Chance the Cycladic People)

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