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The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks

The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks

  

by E. Lockhart

The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks: Themes (For the Most Part) Quiz

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Q. What's the purpose of Frankie's pranks, according to her?


To get more off-campus time
To do away with restrictive rules
To get girls to be allowed into the Loyal Order
Social criticism
Q. Is Frankie fully matured at the beginning of the novel?


No, she has matured physically but still has a kid's mind
No, she is a jaded criminal
No, he still cries at the slightest provocation
No, he still is an awkward tween
Q. Why does Frankie pull of a prank that involves putting bras on all the statues and paintings?


Because she got a Victoria's Secret discount
Because she wanted to showcase how few women were in the administration
Because boobs are funny
Because Matthew really likes her boobs
Q. What does Frankie feel like after she delivers a verbal lashing to Porter?


A sassy girl
A baby
A superhero
A monster
Q. When does Frankie feel like she's finally involved in her life and happy?


When she gets a hot boyfriend
When Porter dies
When she plans all the pranks
When her mom stops calling her Bunny Rabbit
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