I wonder if the missing quote was intentional, just to make us think harder, or an error.
The sarted out by thinking that we are told the table holds that data - so presumably we are to assume that although the insert statement we we are shown couldn't work (and there would be no table created, given how the code is presented) the table does exist and the data shown is what it holds (so the actual insert statement used to create it didn't have a missing quote). So I ignored all that and looked at the select. There is no filter in the select, and no distinct; therefor it either returns the same number of rows as in its source (4) or produces an error message. Is the select statement sound? No, it tries to use LEN on a text column - so it will produce an error.
But as others have pointed out, if we assume instead that the table creation and poulation use teh bathch shown in the question, so that the table doesn't exist, trying to select from it will produce an error anyway - so whether the missing quote is a real error or a red herring doesn't matter, what the final select produces is an error message either way.