Never-Ending Book Quiz
From what novel is the following passage excerpted?: "We were rushed up to the front of the ballroom, where it smelled even more strongly of tobacco and whiskey. Then we were pushed into place. I almost wet my pants. A sea of faces, some hostile, some amused, ringed around us, and in the center, facing us, stood a magnificent blonde—stark naked. There was dead silence. I felt a blast of cold air chill me. I tried to back away, but they were behind me and around me. Some of the boys stood with lowered heads, trembling. I felt a wave of irrational guilt and fear. My teeth chattered, my skin turned to goose flesh, my knees knocked. Yet I felt strongly attracted and looked in spite of myself. Had the price of looking been blindness, I would have looked."
Choose the correct answer:The Deer Park Henderson the Rain King The Bell Jar Invisible Man
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