Never-Ending Book Quiz
I stood in the telephone booth of the first floor, dialed the number of my house, and my wife's hello was small and far-off in the silence; I said, "Can you come over and get me now, darling?" She answered, "Of course I can. I'll be right over."
The last lines of what novel?
Choose the correct answer:Pictures from an Institution, Randall Jarrell The Island, Aldous Huxley The Mayor of Casterbridge, Thomas Hardy The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald
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