William Sayoran short stories

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  1. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", in what store was the main character walking?
    Woolworth's
  2. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what year is it when the main character walks through Woolworth's?
    1927
  3. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what did the crowd of shoppers have piled in their arms?
    phonograph records
  4. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what kind of records were on special?
    Victor and Brunswick
  5. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how much did the records on special cost?
    5 cents each
  6. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how long has it been since the main character has heard the phonograph?
    months
  7. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how many records did the main character select?
    half dozen
  8. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what kind of jazz did the main character speak about?
    American jazz
  9. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", sometimes there were several chords of what instrument?
    banjo
  10. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what time of year (month) was it?
    early August
  11. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", for how long had the main character not listened to himself through the phonograph?
    many months
  12. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how long did the main character sit at a table working a teletype machine to send and receive telegrams?
    all day
  13. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", the teletype machine was a great help to what industry?
    American
  14. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what did the main character want?
    a house
  15. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how many books did the main character have?
    half dozen books
  16. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", when did the main character usually fall asleep?
    late at night or early in the morning
  17. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how much was the rent per week for the main character's house?
    3 dollars
  18. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how old was the main character?
    almost 19
  19. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", on what did the main character cook his supper?
    small gas-range
  20. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", who provided the small gas-range and what was it for?
    landlady; for cooking and suicide
  21. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how many humpback New York women in an enormous room, sewing on machines did the main character picture?
    ten thousand
  22. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what kind of phonograph did the main character have?
    a Victor
  23. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how long did the main character have his phonograph?
    years
  24. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what kind of folk song music did the main character have?
    Roumanian
  25. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what kind of jazz music did the main character have?
    American
  26. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what kind of spiritual music does the main character have?
    Negro
  27. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what kind of westerns music did the main character have?
    American
  28. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", when did the main character begin to feel lost?
    months ago
  29. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what did the main character notice one evening while on the streetcar?
    the sky
  30. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how long did the main character spend cleaning the phonograph?
    ten minutes
  31. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what did the main character purchase so that the phonograph would not make too much noise?
    soft needles
  32. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", who knocked at the main character's door? (landlady)
    Mrs. Liebig
  33. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what is the main character's name?
    Mr. Romano
  34. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how many times did the main character play the passage of syncopation?
    three or four times
  35. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how many chords on the banjo did the passage contain?
    eight swift chords
  36. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how many times were the eight swift chords on the banjo repeated?
    14 times
  37. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", the main character was as crazy as what animal?
    a bat
  38. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", on what day was there nothing for the main character to do?
    Sundays
  39. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how many telegraphers did the teletype machine put out of work?
    thousands
  40. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how much money did telegraphers make per hour?
    a dollar
  41. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how much did the telegraph companies save by having teletype machines?
    millions of dollars each year
  42. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how much did the main character make per hour?
    28 cents
  43. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how long would the teletype be silent for on Sundays?
    as long as an hour
  44. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what words did the main character read on a Sunday morning telegram?
    hello hello hello
  45. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", how long did the main character talk to the other operator?
    about an hour
  46. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what words signaled the return of the big shot to the office?
    wire chief
  47. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", at what time did the girl from the main office come down to the main character's office?
    five o'clock in the afternoon
  48. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", at what time did the main character walk the girl out of the city to her house?
    six o'clock
  49. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", at what time did the landlady come to the main character's room to quiet him from playing his record?
    half past eleven (11:30)
  50. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", where did the couple go on Sundays?
    Marin County (across the bay)
  51. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", what dates did the couple go to Marin County to talk about the house?
    September and October, 1927
  52. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", where were the hills in Marin County located?
    across the bay from San Francisco
  53. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", in what months did the couple really click?
    August and September and October
  54. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", in what month did the couple's harmony fade?
    November
  55. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", in what month did the main character know that their relationship was over?
    March, 1928
  56. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", in what month did something happen to the main character?
    June
  57. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", until what time did the main character walk?
    one in the morning
  58. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", at what time did the main character take off his work jacket, walk away from his teletype machine and quit his job?
    a little after 2 in the afternoon
  59. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", into how many suitcases did the main character pack his things?
    two
  60. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", to whom did the main character give his phonograph?
    Mrs. Liebig, the landlady
  61. In William Sayoran's short story "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8", during what composer's music did the phonograph groan?
    Beethoven
  62. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what building did the main character live next to?
    the high school
  63. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", from where did the main character get a letter every two weeks?
    Pelman Institute of America
  64. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", how often did the main character get a letter from Pelman Institute of America?
    every 2 weeks
  65. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", who did the letters say had taken their course and had fine big brains now?
    Chesterton and Ben Lindsay
  66. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", how old was the main character's niece?
    4 years old
  67. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", to whom did the main character turn the matter over?
    his niece
  68. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what was the main character tired of?
    the radio
  69. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what did the main character hear on the radio?
    • NRA speeches
    • excerpts from Carmen
    • Tosti's "Goodbye" and "Trees"
  70. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", how often did the main character hear the speeches/songs on the radio?
    every night for over a year (sometimes twice a night)
  71. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what songs were the same at the symphony, even when a lady conducted?
    • Beethoven's Fifth
    • "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"
    • "The Blue Danube Waltz"
  72. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", who did the main character worry would have to listen to "The Blue Danube Waltz" too?
    his great grandchildren
  73. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", on what night did the main character go to the night classes?
    Tuesday
  74. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", to what classes did the main character go?
    Commercial Art
  75. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", the fat lady teacher said there were how many arts?
    five
  76. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what were the five arts?
    • painting
    • sculpture
    • architecture
    • music
    • poetry
  77. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what color paper was on the little lady's desk?
    white
  78. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what was on the little lady's desk?
    • white paper
    • pencil
    • bottle of ink
    • pen
  79. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", who did the little lady began to draw?
    Marlene Dietrich
  80. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", the little lady's picture looked like a very good what?
    Matisse
  81. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", how many other women were drawing pictures of Marlene Dietrich?
    three
  82. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what were the men painting?
    display cards
  83. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", one man was making a pen and ink sketch of whom?
    Lincoln
  84. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", how old was the man who sketched Lincoln?
    late thirties
  85. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what kind of facial hair did the man sketching Lincoln have?
    small Hitler-style moustache
  86. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", who does the main character talk about when it comes to beards?
    • Havelock Ellis
    • D.H. Lawrence
  87. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", the young girl making a charcoal portrait of whom?
    Clara Bow
  88. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", to where did the man sketching go when he got up?
    pencil sharpener
  89. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", the man who sketched Lincoln told the girl that she hadn't shaded what just right?
    the eyes
  90. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what was the young gir's name?
    Harriet
  91. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what was the first thing that the main character learned about from the teacher?
    line
  92. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what does a vertical line denote?
    activity and growth
  93. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what does a horizontal line denote?
    rest and repose
  94. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what is a straight line?
    masculine
  95. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what is a curved line?
    feminine
  96. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what kind of line is considered a line of beauty?
    vertical line slightly curved
  97. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", how many fundamental forms are there?
    three
  98. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what are the three fundamental forms?
    • cone
    • cylinder
    • modifications of them
  99. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", there was a short recess after how long?
    an hour
  100. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what did the main character offer to the man who sketched Lincoln?
    a cigarette
  101. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what month was it?
    February
  102. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", at what time did the genius of the class come?
    eight o'clock (for the second period only)
  103. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", how old was the genius of the class?
    40 year old woman
  104. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what color sweater did the genius of the class wear and what kind of teeth did she have?
    • green sweater
    • gold teeth
  105. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", what was the genius of the class sketching?
    small plaster reproduction of a nude Grecian youth
  106. In William Sayoran's short story "A Curved Line", the genius of the class was the only one who worked while what?
    standing up
  107. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what were the names of the three boys who went home?
    • Dan Seed
    • James Misippo
    • Dick Corcoran
  108. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", where were the three boys walking along?
    Southern Pacific tracks
  109. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what was the name of the substitute teacher?
    Miss Wissig
  110. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", for how long must the main character laugh?
    an hour
  111. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", how many minutes has the main character wasted already?
    4 minutes
  112. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what words did the teacher erase from the blackboard?
    • Africa
    • Cairo
    • the pyramids
    • the sphinx
    • Nile
    • 1865
    • 1914
  113. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what was the name of the principal?
    Mr. Caswell
  114. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", the boy says golly _____ when he thinks about a whipping?
    Moses
  115. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", for how long could the main character feel a whipping?
    days after
  116. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what was the name of the girl who walked funny?
    Annie Gran
  117. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", who did Henry Mayo make fun of by saying the lines wrong?
    Hiawatha
  118. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", who made fun of Hiawatha by saying the lines wrong?
    Henry Mayo
  119. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what was the funniest thing?
    his voice
  120. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", before he knew it, how many minutes had gone by?
    2 minutes
  121. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what kind of church did the preacher preach at?
    Presbyterian
  122. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what words did the preacher pray that were so fake?
    O God, if it is your will
  123. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what kind of cars did the important people have?
    • Cadillacs
    • Packards
  124. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", the streetcars going up and down the city never had more than how many passengers?
    two
  125. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what color did the boy's face get when he laughed?
    red
  126. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what animals were dead on the sidewalk?
    small birds
  127. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what was the main character's name?
    Ben
  128. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", the teacher asks the main character if he has what object?
    handkerchief
  129. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", how old is the main character?
    10 years old
  130. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what occupation does the main character's father have?
    tailor
  131. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", how many siblings does the main character have?
    3 brothers, 2 sisters
  132. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", where does the main character want to go?
    New York
  133. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what is the old country the main character talks about? (his father's city)
    Milan
  134. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what was the regular teacher's name?
    Miss Shorb
  135. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", Miss Wissig tightened what on her coat?
    the belt
  136. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", what did the main character want to see leaving town?
    freight train
  137. In William Sayoran's short story "Laughter", under what trees did the main character sit and cry?
    eucalyptus trees
  138. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", the main character sits in a small room how much time from now while writing a story about a number of human beings marching in a hunger parade?
    • 2 or 3 months from now
    • 2 or 3 years from now
  139. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how long ago did opportunity knock on the main character's door?
    a number of years ago
  140. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", who is the best writer the main character knows and is his cousin?
    Kirk Minor
  141. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what color is the young man with the sad face's ragged serge suit?
    blue
  142. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how often does the young man with the sad face and the ragged blue serge suit from the collection agency come to the main character's room?
    once a month
  143. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how much money does the main character owe the employment agency?
    4 dollars
  144. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", in what year did the employment agency get the main character a job?
    1927
  145. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what family does the man who comes to collect the money have?
    wife and young daughter
  146. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what is the name of the main character?
    Mr. Enrico Sturiza
  147. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how much does the main character owe his cousin?
    half dollar
  148. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", for how long did the main character and the man from the collection agency talk?
    a half hour
  149. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", to where did the main character walk to find out again how Flaubert did it?
    public library
  150. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", the main character walked to the public library to find out again how who did it?
    Flaubert
  151. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how old is the small man at the door?
    50 years old
  152. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what is in the small man at the door's left hand?
    large brown envelope
  153. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", in what hand is the stuffed brown envelope?
    left hand
  154. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", from what agency does the small man come?
    International League for the Preservation of Democracy and the Annihilation of Fascism, Bolshevism, Communism and Anarchism
  155. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what kind of car waits downstairs?
    Packard
  156. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", the small book of instructions contains language comprehensible even to children of how many years?
    7 year olds
  157. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", at what time was war declared that morning?
    quarter past six (6:15)
  158. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", at what piece of writing does the main character sometimes glance?
    Christian Science Monitor
  159. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", to where must the main character walk for exercise?
    Pacific Ocean
  160. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", in not more than how long does another man return to the main character's house?
    half hour
  161. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what is the name of the young officer who comes to the main character's house?
    Gerald Appleby
  162. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what is the name of the small man who visited the main character first?
    Mr. Covington
  163. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what is the name of the young officer's commanding officer?
    General Egmont Pratt
  164. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", for how long would even the most highly sophisticated people enjoy being barbaric, according to the main character?
    a century or so
  165. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what man committed suicide by slashing his wrists and bleeding to death?
    Pascin
  166. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how many wars does the main character hope to outlive?
    3 or 4 wars
  167. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", our ships outnumber the ships of the enemy by how much?
    3 to 1
  168. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what countries does the main character mention as he questions who the enemy is?
    • Germany
    • France
    • Italy
    • Russia
  169. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", of what six Russians is the main character very fond?
    • Dostoyesky
    • Tolstoi
    • Turgenev
    • Chekhov
    • Andreyev
    • Gorky
  170. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what is cousin Kirk Minor listening to on the phonograph when the main character returns?
    Elegy, by Massenet, sung by Caruso
  171. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how old is the main character's cousin?
    17 years old
  172. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", the main character is visited by a very stylishly dressed young woman who talk glibly and smokes cigarettes nervously how much later?
    a week later
  173. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what department does the young woman want the main character to join?
    local propaganda department
  174. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how much per week does the propaganda department job pay?
    50 dollars per week
  175. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what rank will the main character have if he joins the propaganda department?
    first lieutenant
  176. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how much time later does Kirk Minor come into the main character's room with a morning paper?
    2 months later
  177. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how many men have been killed and injured?
    • one million killed
    • two million injured
  178. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how much time passes before the main character receives a letter ordering him to appear at regimental headquarters?
    5 days later
  179. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", at what time must the main character appear at regimental headquarters?
    8 in the morning
  180. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", at what time does Mr. Covington come to the main character's room, where he is writing a short story?
    11 minutes past 2 (2:11)
  181. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how many other men join Mr. Covington as he comes a second time?
    4 other men
  182. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how many military policemen are in the hall?
    two
  183. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", how many large and expensive automobiles are downstairs?
    two
  184. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", of what committee is Mr. Covington chairman?
    Committee for the Study of Cases of Desertion
  185. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", for what district is Mr. Covington responsible?
    47th district of San Francisco
  186. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what is the number/letter of the official letter?
    247-Z
  187. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", what color bundle of paper does the main character look down upon?
    yellow
  188. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", the main character is under arrest as what?
    a deserter
  189. In William Sayoran's short story "Fight Your Own War", if Mr. Covington does not die, the main character may get off with how many years in the penitentiary?
    20 years
  190. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", it is the opinion of who that all men should labor?
    grandmother
  191. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", what job is the main character supposed to be?
    writer
  192. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", who was the king ruling over?
    Persians
  193. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", who did the king's son fall in love with?
    shepherd's daughter
  194. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", what skill does the king's son decide to obtain?
    weaving straw rugs
  195. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", at the end of how many days was the king's son making very fine straw rugs?
    3 days
  196. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", the king's son was walking through the streets of what one day?
    Bagdad
  197. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", how many days did it take the king's son to weave three straw rugs while he was imprisoned in large dungeon?
    3 days
  198. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", how many gold pieces of money did the king's son say the king would give for each rug?
    100 gold pieces
  199. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", what will the main character buy as soon as he's able?
    • saw
    • hammer
    • piece of lumber
  200. In William Sayoran's short story "The Shepherd's Daughter", what will the main character make?
    • simple chair
    • shelf for books

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