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The Hour of the Star

The Hour of the Star

  

by Clarice Lispector

The Hour of the Star: Themes (For the Most Part) Quiz True or False

1. What is the primary philosophical school of thought that the novella addresses? -> Structuralism
2. Which two "problems" does the narrator mostly explore in the book? -> The meaning of existence and writing
3. Macabéa best represents which of the following themes from the book? -> Hatred
4. Marginalized groups are usually ignored and -> laughed at
5. Macabéa's life could be characterized as -> Lucky

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