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The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks

The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks


by E. Lockhart

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Q. What does Frankie think of boobs when Artie and his friends come in to borrow Halloween costumes?

That they're undignified
That they're embarrassing
That the boys look terrible with fake boobs
That they are weird-looking
Q. What do the students at Alabaster get from their parents that they equate with social standing?

Their good looks
A British upbringing
Money and wealth
Apple products
Q. What rule does Frankie break at the cafeteria one day?

She wears pajamas to breakfast
She eats with the Spy Club
She takes two chocolate milks
She sits at the senior table by herself
Q. What does the Loyal Order represent to Frankie that makes her want to be a part of it?

A brotherhood
A club named after a silly dog
A place where cute boys hang out
A club her dad was in
Q. How is Alabaster like the panopticon?

It looks like a prison
There are a lot of unspoken rules that people follow
Everyone there has committed a crime
It is a purely hypothetical place