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Question 1: Steinbeck then went to ________, to visit his friend and former literary agent, who now lived there.
Deer Isle, MaineSedgwick, MaineBlue Hill, MaineStonington, Maine

Question 2: He then seemed to say goodbye to his hometown, on pages 205 to 208, for the last time, and making an allusion to a book by ________ You Can't Go Home Again.
NovelWilliam FaulknerThomas WolfeF. Scott Fitzgerald

Question 3: It documents the road trip he took with his French standard poodle Charley around the ________, in 1960.
PhilippinesUnited StatesCanadaAlaska

Question 4: Steinbeck then visited the giant redwood trees and ancient ________ trees that he had come to appreciate and adore in his lifetime.
Tsuga heterophyllaPinophytaSequoiaCoast Douglas-fir

Question 5: He compared what he saw to the Ufizzi in Florence and the ________ in Paris.
Pavillon de FloreTuileries PalaceLouvreLouvre Palace

Question 6: Steinbeck began his trip by traveling by ferry from Long Island to ________, passing the Naval Submarine Base New London where many of the new nuclear submarines were stationed.
ConnecticutRhode IslandMaineMassachusetts

Question 7: He traveled through the "Injun Country" and thought of an author who wrote a novel about war against the ________ tribes.
Celilo FallsKettle FallsNez PerceCascades Rapids

Question 8: Steinbeck next traveled to ________ and some Midwestern cities.
Niagara FallsOntarioNiagara RiverNiagara Falls, Ontario

Question 9: Steinbeck traveled throughout the United States in a specially-made camper which he named "Rocinante" after the horse of ________.
Miguel de CervantesUnited KingdomDon QuixoteSpain

Question 10: Steinbeck's descriptions of the workers was sympathetic and even romanticized, a clear nod to his works such as ________ which made him famous.
John SteinbeckThe Grapes of WrathOf Mice and MenEast of Eden (novel)







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