On Becoming a Novelist Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Theoretically, there is no need for what in the writer, for children build sand castles and ministers pray over the sick without blockages? (from Chapter 4, Faith)

2.

Gardner writes in Chapter 2 that in a bad workshop, the teacher allows or even encourages what? (from Chapter 2, The Writer's Training and Education)

3.

In what novel does Gardner note the rooftop scene as being one of surprise in Chapter 1? (from Chapter 1, The Writer's Nature, Pages 34-72)

4.

Letters to publishing houses should ideally be addressed to whom? (from Chapter 3, Publication and Survival)

5.

Gardner states in Chapter 2 that the first value of a writer's workshop is that it makes the young writer feel not abnormal but what? (from Chapter 2, The Writer's Training and Education)

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