On Becoming a Novelist Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

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

2.

Sometimes friends contribute by praising things that the writer knows are what? (from Chapter 4, Faith)

3.

In Chapter 2, what does Gardner say the world has far more than it needs? (from Chapter 2, The Writer's Training and Education)

4.

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)

5.

What teacher and poet is quoted as saying, "My object is to catch right now what will embarrass my students when they look at their poetry ten years from now"? (from Chapter 2, The Writer's Training and Education)

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