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Orlando

Orlando

  

by Virginia Woolf

Orlando: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Orlando ages, travels, and changes -> Gender
2. At one point Orlando explicitly wants "life and a ________". -> Lover
3. After what has been published, Orlando is at loose ends? -> The Oak Tree
4. The only way we can reliably tell the passage of ____is based on changes in the monarchy, new inventions, and the biographer flat out telling us. -> Time
5. The novel has clear ideas between real and fake -> Inventions

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