On Becoming a Novelist Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

As when learning to bicycle, writer should take one thing at a time: perfect a passage of description, then a passage of dialog, then move to the larger units of what? (from Chapter 4, Faith)

2.

Gardner compares Melville's Moby Dick with what in Chapter 1? (from Chapter 1, The Writer's Nature, Pages 34-72)

3.

A writer must always start with a careful what? (from Chapter 4, Faith)

4.

What book was Gardner writing when he remembered the altered sense coming over him while in the last chapter? (from Chapter 1, The Writer's Nature, Pages 34-72)

5.

What does Gardner claim is helpful, if it can be kept in partial control, to keep the novelist driven? (from Chapter 1, The Writer's Nature, Pages 34-72)

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