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The View from Saturday

The View from Saturday


by E. L. Konigsburg

The View from Saturday: How's the View From Friday? Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The View from Saturday? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. The View from Saturday is told from what perspective?

Third person (Omniscient) and First Person (Limited)
Third person (Limited)
Second Person
First Person (Omniscient)
Q. How is the tone of the novel best described?

Nonchalant and Invigorating
Light hearted and entertaining
Dark and Dreary
Gracious and Wry
Q. Who is The View from Saturday written for?

Adults and children
Q. How can you describe the writing style of The View from Saturday?

Curiously Formal
Full of Slang
Q. What does the title of The View from Saturday reflect?

The Greek perception of time called "Kairos"
The Greek perception of time called "Chronos"
The Greek perception of time called "Horus"
Reflects dogs' perception of time