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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.

According to Bryson in "Why No One Walks," how far does the average American walk in a day? (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)

2.

What is Bryson satirizing in "Last Night on the Titanic"? (from At a Loss, Old News, Rules for Living, Our Town, Word Play, Last Night on the Titanic, Property News, Life's Technicalities, An Address and Coming Home: Part II)

3.

What does Bryson say about New England in "Fall in New England"? (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)

4.

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)

5.

According to Bryson in his address to the Kimball Union Academy, what makes the students there special? (from At a Loss, Old News, Rules for Living, Our Town, Word Play, Last Night on the Titanic, Property News, Life's Technicalities, An Address and Coming Home: Part II)

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