Tropic of Cancer Quizzes
by Henry Miller
Tropic of Cancer Quiz 3
1. Van Norden mentions that _____ lived where he is now staying.
- Victor Hugo
2. Macha finds a ____ sculptor and leaves Fillmore to stay with him.
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