Never-Ending Book Quiz
From what novel is the following passage excerpted?: "This was nothing but God’s own truth, as with the cistern I had blown up everything else, it seemed. And so I held my face in the bagging, sopping shirt with the unbearable complications at heart. I waited for Itelo to cut me open, my naked middle with all its fevers and its suffering prepared for execution. Under me the water of the cistern was turning to hot vapor and the sun was already beginning to corrupt the bodies of the frog dead."
Choose the correct answer:The Deer Park Henderson the Rain King The Bell Jar Invisible Man
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