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Last Book In the Universe, Chap. 26

Quiz by Donna Duncan

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  • Q1

    What terms represents how Spaz says Ryter is crazy "thinking he can change the world by writing things down in a book no one will ever read?"





  • Q2

    What is Spaz's tone when Ryter says that his story has a happy ending by getting Bean to Eden?

    Proud he has saved Bean

    Doubtful/Skeptical of his hero status

    Pleased he has helped Ryter with his book

    Excited he has survived the quest

  • Q3

    Which quote shows Spaz's is grateful and humble for the help he had getting Bean to Eden?

    "He is obviously zoomed, but I don't have the heart to tell him so."

    "You risked your life for a fair maiden, and now she lives."

    "Suddenly I feel really bad about being so borked off with the proovs."

    "But the proovs saved her, not me...And besides, it was your idea to come to Eden."

  • Q4

    Which word is NOT a tone Spaz displays at the time of Bean's recovery?

    Relieved that Bean has survived

    Grateful for the proovs' help

    Guilty for being angry at the proovs

    Angry at the proovs for forgetting the cure

  • Q5

    The imagery shows Ryter hugging Spaz with "his spindly arms." Normally, Spaz would be annoyed by this behavior. Which one of these NOT true in terms of what the imagery reveals about Spaz?

    He has learned to barely tolerate the old man.

    He has learned to respect Ryter as a teacher and mentor.

    He is grateful Ryter knows about traveling the Pipe.

    He realizes that Ryter is tougher and smarter than he thought.


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