The Great Alone Quiz

Kristin Hannah
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Why are Leni’s phone calls to the rehab clinic important to her? (from Chapters 23-26)


What are the dominant symbolic features of the Harlan family homestead? (from Chapters 3-4)


Leni, through the narrator, interjects that Matthew can be certain of the college plan “because he knew how to dream and to believe” (258). Which word best describes this character trait in Matthew? (from Chapters 17-19)


As the family drives north, the narrator (and Leni, thanks to free indirect discourse) describes a book as “propped up like a pup tent, yellowed pages splayed out” (21). Why is this description significant? (from Chapters 3-4)


Kristin Hannah places Ernt’s worsening condition side by side with Leni and Matthew’s budding romance. Which literary technique is this? (from Chapters 14-16)

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