Never-Ending Book Quiz
From what novel is the following passage excerpted?: "My hole is warm and full of light. Yes, full of light. I doubt if there is a brighter spot in all New York than this hole of mine, and I do not exclude Broadway. Or the Empire State Building on a photographer’s dream night. But that is taking advantage of you. Those two spots are among the darkest of our whole civilization—pardon me, our whole culture (an important distinction, I’ve heard)—which might sound like a hoax, or a contradiction, but that (by contradiction, I mean) is how the world moves: Not like an arrow, but a boomerang. (Beware of those who speak of the spiral of history; they are preparing a boomerang. Keep a steel helmet handy). I know; I have been boomeranged across my head so much that I now can see the darkness of lightness. And I love light."
Choose the correct answer:The Deer Park Henderson the Rain King The Bell Jar Invisible Man
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