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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.

What does Bryson say that all New Englanders do? (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.

How do 40,000 Americans die a year, according to Bryson? (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)

3.

How many "new" consumer products does Bryson say are launched every year in the United States? (from The Great Indoors, Death Watch, In Praise of Diners, Shopping Madness, The Fat of the Land, Your New Computer, How to Rent a Car, The Wasteland, The Flying Nightmare and Enough Already)

4.

What does Mrs. Bryson tell her husband about Maggie that cheers him up? (from The Great Indoors, Death Watch, In Praise of Diners, Shopping Madness, The Fat of the Land, Your New Computer, How to Rent a Car, The Wasteland, The Flying Nightmare and Enough Already)

5.

What is one complaint Bryson has about the small towns around him? (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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