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Montrose Voice, No. 162, December 2, 1983 - File 016. 1983-12-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/5357/show/5347.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 162, December 2, 1983
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date December 2, 1983
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 016
Transcript Quiz How Do You Do at Literature? By Roz Ashley Do you read to fall asleep, or do you read for stimulation? What kind of stimulation? Do you think the Great Books are the greatest, or that bestsellers are the best? Do you read the newspaper for news, or just to follow the adventures of Mary Worth? How well-read are you? To find out this author's opinion, finish and score the following quiz. Circle the answer that most truthfully completes each numbered sentence. Skip items that do not apply to you; it will ruin your score, but who's looking? Answers follow the last question. I. My library is full of: a) records; b) hardcover books; c) other people's books. 2.1 read to get to the core of things, such as: a) serious nonfiction; b) soft core; c) hard core. 3. Your new book purchase starts out: "Norbert's brown eyes were feverish with longing, and he sighed deeply, enticed by his lover's smile. He was inflammed, despairing of triumph over this haughty beauty's indifference." You decide to: a) read it now; b) return it for credit; c) burn it. 4. You read the book reviews so that you can: a) select the best books; b) avoid difficult books; c) discuss the latest books without having to read them. 5. You've just started James Joyce's Ulysses, and you: a) skip to the sexy parts; b) need help and get it; c) need help, but fake it. • 6. You enjoy poetry: a) and read it; b) and read it aloud; c) as long as it rhymes. 7. You buy current magazines and you read: a) most of the articles; b) the recipes and the ads; c) everything but the silly quizzes. 8. You select a book because: a) it's a bestseller; b) it's been recommended; c)it's easy to borrow. 9. You've finally started Moby Dick and: a) Captain Ahab makes you nervous; b) the whole book makes you nervous; c) you decide to read Jaws instead. 10. You're reading a book with a lot of long words, so you: a) look up most of them; b) look up every other one; c) forget it and look for the latest copy of Mandate. II. For current news each day, you consult: a) at least one newspaper; b) the news show with the cutest anchorperson; c) the crowd at the bar. 12. You're taking a Great Books course, and you find: a) it's dull, but good discipline; b) it's difficult, but exciting; c) it's boring and you quit. 13. You've finally found the time to read just one book. Which would you choose? a) a Jacqueline Suzanne novel; b) a good mystery; c) My Secret Garden. 14. Your favorite mysteries have a lot of: a) well-drawn characters; b) hidden clues; c) blood and guts. 15. Which title most appeals to you? a) The Heart is a Lonely Hunter; b) The Devil's Desire; c) Tea Room Trade. Now, get your score by adding the points for the answers you've chosen: (1) a-2, b-5, Drunks Forced to Remember 'Last Night' Scientists are working on a new way to deal with alcoholism: making drunks remember the experience, reports Omni. Researchers at the National Institute for Mental Health say a drug called zimel- dine prevents memory blackout and causes drinkers to recall their experiences in embarrassing detail. But Dr. Herbert Weingartner is cautious about its role in treating alcohol abuse. "A number of drugs have already been tried," he says, "and none has been particularly effective." c-1; (2) a-5, b-2, c-0; (3) a-2, b-5, c-0; (4) a-5, b-3, c-0; (5) a-1, b-5, c-2; (6) a-5, b-5, c-0; (7) a-5, b-1, c-5; (8) a-1, b-5, c-0; (9) a-5, b-3, c-0; (10) a-5, b-3, c-0; (11) a-5, b-3, c-0; (12) a-3, b-5, c-0; (13) a-1, b-5, c-5; (14) a-5, b-3, c-0; (15) a-5, b-0, c-0. Reading Your Score (4-27) Your low score may indicate that you don't read enough, or that you don't care about what you read .As long as you read, though, don't let it bother you. (28-51) You're reading, and that's good. Your choices may not have snob appeal, but what do you care? (52-75) With all your taste and brains, how did you find time to take this test? Ashley is a personal counselor. Stonewall Features Syndicate. «1983 Dec. 2,1983 / Montrose voice 15 .' m- i 1 j t*«4 " ) Souths Largest i Art Deco Dealer REMARKABLE! Circa • Art D«o Armoires 'W to '149 lain • Art Dmo B»r» •'158 ft up yJW • Dressere >69 ft up Open Sunday (Pld furniture J 230-A DIRDSALL 864-1314 /-»*!! CDV " (2 blocks norm ol Memor.al \j/\ lvLt!/1\ I between Shepherd & Weslcott)
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