Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy Quiz

Gary D. Schmidt
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


What happened to Mr. Stonecrop? (from Chapter 12)


Who does Turner decide to confide in about the whales? (from Chapter 12)


The situation of the crab eaten by the seagull in this chapter might be considered metaphorically similar to which other situation referred to in this chapter, and why? (from Chapter 2)


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)


The appearance of new clothes on Turner's bed is a metaphoric representation of which of the novel's themes? (from Chapter 3)

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