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Light in August

Light in August

  

by William Faulkner

Light in August: Quotes (What was Said) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Light in August? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. "She is a Yankee. Her folks come down here in the Reconstruction". Who is she?


Joanna Burden
Gail Hightower
Lena Grove
Bobbie Allen
Miss Atkins
Q. Who said, "Then, if this is so, if I am the instrument of her despair and death, then I am in turn instrument of someone outside myself."?


Joe Christmas
Joanna Burden
Gail Hightower
Byron Bunch
Lena Grove
Q. Hightower sits motionless, "watching whom with a sort of quiet astonishment"?


Joe Christmas
Joanna Burden
Byron Bunch
Lena Grove
Joe Brown
Q. Who thought, "Not yet, dear God. Not yet, dear God."?


Joe Christmas
Joanna Burden
Gail Hightower
Byron Bunch
Lena Grove
Q. So much of this novel is driven by


Secrets
Lust
Greed
Thirst
Hunger
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