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1. What city does the "Zooey" section take place in?

2. How does Zooey Glass make a living?

3. What is the name of the oldest Glass sibling?

4. What do Franny Glass and Lane Coutell drink at Sickler's?

5. Why does Franny say she cannot remember Lane's friend?

6. Seymour wrote his diary on:

7. What does Bessie Glass usually wear around the apartment?

8. In what genre of theater did Bessie and Les Glass perform?

9. What kind of animal is Franny holding for most of "Zooey?"

10. What adjective does Bessie use in regard to the title of Zooey's script?

11. What is the object that Lane thinks is involved in Franny's breakdown?

12. Who does Zooey say made Franny and himself "freaks"?

13. What does Buddy not have at his house that Bessie wishes he did?

14. In Franny's dream, what are the girls from college trying to do to her?

15. What does Lane keep talking about at lunch with Franny?

16. Who does Zooey pretend to be on the phone with Franny?

17. What happens to Franny at the end of "Franny"?

18. Buddy writes a letter to Zooey on the three- year anniversary of what event?

19. What food does Franny's mother keep offering her?

20. What does Zooey say about this food?

21. Where does Zooey spend the first part of "Zooey"?

22. What do Seymour and Buddy have written on their door?

23. Which of part of Zooey's body does Bessie compliment?

24. Who did Seymour once tell Zooey to shine his shoes for?

25. Who of the following people is not a Glass sibling?

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Review: J.D. Salinger’s Franny and Zooey

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