Never-Ending Book Quiz
"Yes, it was agreed; we were going to do everything we'd never done and been too silly to do in the past. Then we promised ourselves two days of kicks in San Francisco before starting off, and of course the agreement was to go by travel bureau in share-the-gas cars and save as much money as possible. D____ claimed he no longer needed Marylou though he still loved her . . . "
From Part III, Chapter 3 of what novel?
Choose the correct answer:Travels with Charley (John Steinbeck) Murder on the Orient Express (Agatha Christie) Canterbury Tales (Chaucer) On the Road (Jack Kerouac)
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