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I Never Told Anyone: Writings by Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Quiz

Ellen Bass
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What does Maya Angelou's mother think is wrong with her daughter after the rape? (from Part 2, 'Yesterday I saw him watch my sister.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Relatives: Lynn Swenson, from My Half-Sleep; and Maya Angelou, from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings)

2.

Where does Uncle Karl invite Louise Thornton's brother, Frank, to go with him? (from Part 2, 'Yesterday I saw him watch my sister.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Relatives: Blanche Woodbury, My Brother; Desi, Story of a Granddaughter; Louise Thornton, Uncle Karl; Bella Moon, Silence; and Experience Gibbs, 1952, and Other Years)

3.

What is Uncle Karl's nickname for Louise Thornton? (from Part 2, 'Yesterday I saw him watch my sister.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Relatives: Blanche Woodbury, My Brother; Desi, Story of a Granddaughter; Louise Thornton, Uncle Karl; Bella Moon, Silence; and Experience Gibbs, 1952, and Other Years)

4.

Where does Jean Alexander spend most of her childhood? (from Part 4, 'I never saw him before.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Strangers: Maureen Brady, Chiggers; Mary Berger, Summer Vacation/Fifty Years Ago; Hummy, A Totally White World; Jean Alexander, Letter to a Soldier, and Jennifer Meyer, Crossing the Fence)

5.

Lois Phillips Hudson says writers have to have the ego of _________. (from Part 3, 'I trusted him.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Friends and Acquaintances: Lois Phillips Hudson, Why Aren't There More Creative Women?; Honor Moore, First Time: 1950; and Billie Holiday, from Lady Sings the Blues)

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