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I'm a Stranger Here Myself: Notes on Returning to America After Twenty Years Away Quiz

Bill Bryson
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Who does Bryson say designed the snowmobile? (from Ah, Summer!, A Day at the Seaside, On Losing a Son, Highway Diversions, Fall in New England, The Best American Holiday, Deck the Halls, Fun in the Snow, The Mysteries of Christmas, Life in a Cold Climate)

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What surprising statistic does Bryson share about the number of lawyers in America? (from Hail to the Chief, Lost in Cyberland, Your Tax Form Explained, Book Tours, The Waste Generation, A Slight Inconvenience, At the Drive-In, Drowning in Red Tape, Life's Mysteries and So Sue Me)

3.

In "Wide-Open Spaces," according to Bryson, who was an idiot? (from Why Everyone Is Worried, The Risk Factor, The War on Drugs, Dying Accents, Inefficiency Report, Why No One Walks, Wide-Open Spaces, Snoopers at Work, Lost at the Movies and Gardening with my Wife)

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Which decade saw the idea of the drive-in really take off? (from Hail to the Chief, Lost in Cyberland, Your Tax Form Explained, Book Tours, The Waste Generation, A Slight Inconvenience, At the Drive-In, Drowning in Red Tape, Life's Mysteries and So Sue Me)

5.

What does Bryson find amazing about the geography of the United States? (from Why Everyone Is Worried, The Risk Factor, The War on Drugs, Dying Accents, Inefficiency Report, Why No One Walks, Wide-Open Spaces, Snoopers at Work, Lost at the Movies and Gardening with my Wife)

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