1.) c

2.) b

3.) d

4.) d

5.) a

6.) b

7.) b

8.) d

9.) c

10.) a

11.) b

12.) b

13.) b

14.) c

15.) b


1. The book had originated as a series of articles by author Ron Suskind about Cedric Jennings. Those initial articles earned Cedric some attention, which is noted in passing at several points in the book. Why does Suskind understate the role his writing played in Cedric's life during the course of the story? Was it a wise move? Would it have been better if Suskind had been more forthcoming in describing his role in Cedric's life, or would that detract from Cedric's story? ...........

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