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15-question book quiz

15-question book quiz. We challenge you to be in the 15% who pass this literature test with the highest score. What was Mark Twain’s birth name? 85% fail this question. Average 8/15.

If you can pass this 15-question book quiz, then you can call yourself an expert


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    Which one of these stories was picked up by the Brothers Grimm?

    • Hansel and Gretel.
    • Puss in Boots.
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    The British novelist Jane Austen lived during the era:

    • Victorian
    • Georgian
  • Question of

    Since what year are the Edgar Allan Poe Awards given?

    • 1949
    • 1955
  • Question of

    Where was George Orwell born?

    • Motihari, British Raj.
    • London, England, UK.
  • Question of

    How many parts of “In Search of Lost Time” are there?

    • 5
    • 7
  • Question of

    The novel Madame Bovary was published in instalments in:

    • La Revue de Paris.
    • Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine.
  • Question of

    Philip Marlowe is a fictional detective created by:

    • Dashiell Hammett.
    • Raymond Chandler.
  • Question of

    Stendhal was the pseudonym of a well-known writer of ___ origin.

    • French
    • Scottish
  • Question of

    What was Mark Twain’s birth name?

    • Eric Arthur Blair.
    • Samuel Langhorne Clemens.
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    What other name is used to talk about the crime novel?

    • Pulp
    • Hardboiled
  • Question of

    Faust (1790) is a tragic work by:

    • Heinrich Heine.
    • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
  • Question of

    What was Virginia Woolf’s first published novel?

    • End of the Journey.
    • Mrs. Dalloway.
  • Question of

    Who was Walt Whitman?

    • A British writer and doctor.
    • An American volunteer poet and nurse.
  • Question of

    The Stranger (1942) is the first novel by the French writer:

    • Albert Camus.
    • Henry David Thoreau.
  • Question of

    Anton Chekhov is considered a master of the:

    • Short story.
    • Magical realism.

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