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The Chrysanthemums

The Chrysanthemums

by John Steinbeck

The Chrysanthemums: Quotes (What Was Said) Quiz

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Q. Who says, "That sounds like a nice kind of a way to live"?


Elisa
The tinker
A chrysanthemum; someone's been trippin'
Henry
Q. Who says, "Maybe I could do it, too. I've a gift with things all right"?


The tinker
Henry
Elisa
The waiter at a Salinas restaurant
Q. Who says, "It will be good, tonight, a good dinner"?


The tinker
Henry
Elisa
No one
Q. Who says, "[The night is] nice, just like you say"?


The tinker
Henry
Elisa
"Who" doesn't say that, someone else does.
Q. Who does this describe?: "[His] eyes were dark, and they were full of the brooding that gets in the eyes of teamsters and sailors."


Henry
The dog
A sailor
The tinker
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