15 literature questions to test your general knowledge. Ready?

15 literature questions
QUIZ: 15 literature questions

15 literature questions to test your general knowledge. If you are a connoisseur of literature, win 15/15 in this tailored challenge. If you know how the book that follows “Alice in Wonderland” is titled, claim your point immediately.

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  • Question of

    What is the name of the first Harry Potter book?

    • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
    • Harry potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
    • Harry Potter and the mystery of the prince.
  • Question of

    What castle did Bram Stoker take as a model for Dracula’s abode?

    • Bran Castle.
    • Coca Castle.
    • Butrón Castle.
  • Question of

    In the novel Charlotte’s web, what is the name of the spider friend pig Charlotte?

    • Piglet
    • Wilbur
    • Snowball
  • Question of

    Birth name of English writer George Orwell:

    • Eric Arthur Blair.
    • Timothy Francis Leary.
    • Ray Douglas Bradbury.
  • Question of

    Book continuation of Alice in Wonderland:

    • Alice for the little ones.
    • Alice through the mirror.
    • Alice and the logic game.
  • Question of

    What is the name of the medical student who creates the so-called Frankenstein monster?

    • Harry.
    • Victor.
    • Vladimir.
  • Question of

    “It is on the nights of December, when the thermometer is at zero, when we think more about the sun.” On which work do we find this phrase?

    • Les Misérables, Victor Hugo.
    • The count of Montecristo, Alejandro Dumas.
    • The Old curiosity shop, Charles Dickens.
  • Question of

    Title of the book where Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson first appear:

    • A Study in Scarlet.
    • The sign of the four.
    • The baskerville’s hound.
  • Question of

    Leviathan, or “The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common-Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil”, is the best known book of:

    • Rene Descartes.
    • Baruch Spinoza.
    • Thomas Hobbes.
  • Question of

    In the novel Pride and Prejudice, what is the name of Elizabeth Bennet’s older sister?

    • Mary
    • Jane
    • Catherine
  • Question of

    “A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is going to write fiction.” To who is attributed this phrase?

    • Jane Austen.
    • Mary Shelley.
    • Virginia Woolf.
  • Question of

    Male pseudonym that Emily Brontë used to publish her works:

    • Ellis Bell
    • Acton Bell
    • Currer Bell
  • Question of

    “When you feel like criticizing someone, remember that not everyone has had the same opportunities you had.” In what work do we find this phrase?

    • The Shawshank Redemption, Stephen King.
    • To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee.
    • The great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald.
  • Question of

    “The books that the world calls immoral are those that show the world their own shame.” In which book do we find this phrase?

    • The art of war, Sun Tzu.
    • The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde.
    • In search of lost time, Marcel Proust.
  • Question of

    Joseph Conrad was a novelist who adopted English as a literary language, however, he was a native of:

    • Spain.
    • Belgium.
    • Poland.

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