This week’s question is from Mother Night, published in 1961, the novel Vonnegut famously deemed “the only story of mine whose moral I know …We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be …”
Q: What was the name of Howard W. Campbell’s German wife?
a) Eva Noth
b) Helga Noth
c) Resi Noth
d) Wanda Noth
Check back next week for the correct answer.
For more, here’s a 1997 interview featuring writers Bruce Jay Friedman, Dan Wakefield, and Kurt Vonnegut with host Charlie Rose discussing film adaptations of their work.