The People of Paper Quiz

Salvador Plascencia
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Questions 1-5 of 26:


What actions earlier in the narrative are echoed by Federico deliberately injuring himself on a nail, and why is the echoing significant? (from Part 3, Chapter 20, Section 1)


In this section (Part 2, Chapters 12, 13, and 14), Cameroon is referred to as a saint. Which other character is referred to as a saint, and which other character might have been considered a saint (i.e. because of an interaction with the divine) if someone else had not had other ideas? (from Part 2, Chapters 12, 13, and 14)


Whose grandchildren like reading about the planets and solar system? (from Part 3, Chapter 27, Section 3)


The narrative refers to Saturn (Plascencia) referring to a female character as "she whose name he now refused to say." Which character, referred to earlier in the narrative, is the mostly candidate to be this "she"? (from Part 3, Chapter 20, Section 2)


In Part 1, Chapter 7, what do the lining of the houses with lead and the change in focus of conversation have in common? (from Part 1, Chapter 7)

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