Isak Dinesen: The Life of a Storyteller Quiz

Judith Thurman
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Sometimes women who competed with men were considered to be ___________________. (from Book Two Tania, Chapters 25-28: A Love of Parallels; Nature and the Ideal; Holding Out; A Release from Self)


What was the title of the last story Dinesen wrote? (from Book Four Pellegrina, Chapters 47-52: Baksheesh; Echoes;)


Dinesen's stories about Bjornvig in the 1950s were about _______________________. (from Book Three Isak Dinesen, Chapters 41-46: Folie a Deux; Goddess and Barfly; The Immortal Story; The Pact Is Broken; Betrayals; Should Not My Mind Keep the Knots?)


What was one thing Dinesen had trouble adjusting to upon her return to Denmark? (from Book Three Isak Dinesen, Chapters 33-36: Amor Fati; Seven Gothic Tales; In a Dark Wood; Out of Africa)


Dinesen's loyalties during the war were on the side of which country? (from Book Two Tania, Chapters 15-20: Sea Change; A Still Country; The Clear Darkness; Safari Life; Lucifer's Child; The Wing of Death)

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