Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy Quiz

Gary D. Schmidt
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


As Reverend Buckminster falls off the cliff, Turner sees deeply into his eyes. What experience, earlier in the narrative, is echoed by this moment? (from Chapter 10)


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)


Which of the visitors to Malaga Island does Lizzie's grandfather have the most in common with, and why? (from Chapter 2)


Turner's reaction to his father (i.e. thinking he looks smaller) can be seen as an aspect of which of the novel's themes? (from Chapter 5)


Which incident, earlier in this chapter, can be seen as being metaphorically echoed by the unexpected surprise of the crashing tree? (from Chapter 9)

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