Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy Quiz

Gary D. Schmidt
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


When the Reverend Buckminster gives Turner "The Origin of Species" to study, it is an echo of which other surprising choice made by which other character? (from Chapter 8)


The portrayal of Lizzie and Turner's friendship juxtaposed with the racist attitudes of Mr. Stonecrop and the others is an example of what literary technique? (from Chapter 4)


What incident in this chapter is an echo of Turner's earlier reflection on, or contemplation of, the hidden side of Mrs. Cobb's character? (from Chapter 3)


Narration describes Turner's perception of his father as "smaller". What incident, earlier in the narrative, is echoed by this comment? (from Chapter 5)


Which moment in this chapter is a secondary manifestation of the novel's thematic interest in the power of nature? (from Chapter 3)

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