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The Invention of Hugo Cabret

The Invention of Hugo Cabret

  

by Brian Selznick

The Invention of Hugo Cabret: Quiz 1: Quotes (What Was Said) Quiz True or False

1. What character is called a “thief” in the course of the book? -> Hugo
2. Whom does Hugo assure that “everyone has a purpose”? -> Isabelle
3. Monsieur Tabard says, “I grew up wanting to make dreams, too.” What character in the book made the sorts of dreams that he’s talking about? -> Georges Méliès
4. Who says that Hugo should be an “horologist” someday? -> His father
5. When Georges Méliès says, “You were the only bright spot in a very dark world,” whom is he talking about? -> Isabelle

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