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I Stand Here Ironing

I Stand Here Ironing

by Tillie Olsen

I Stand Here Ironing: At Least The Football Game Was On Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around I Stand Here Ironing? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. The author's first name is


Maggie
Tillie
Susie
Marie
Q. What is the narrator doing?


Sweeping
Doing laundry
Riding a horse
Ironing
Q. The author devoted her life to the plight of the


Working class
Ridiculously wealthy
Truly wealthy
Sort of wealthy
Q. The story tracks a


Mother
Grandmother
Great grandmother
Great great grandmother
Q. How many kids does the narrator have?


3
300
3,000
30,000
Q. The story is prompted by an unnamed


Book
Dance
Song
Voice
Q. The story is told from inside the narrator's


Feet
Head
Colon
Heart
Q. Where is the narrator?


Sea voyage on the Pacific
Beach on the Mediterranean
Skiing in Zurich
Home
Q. Emily thrived most on


Milk
Broccoli
Pasta
Q. V-mail stands for


Vertical
Vertigo
Very important
Victory
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