Literature Trivia Game (1)
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What George Orwell book is an allegory of the Russian Communist Revolution?
Who was Dr. Zhivago's great love?
What were the name of the tiny people in “Gulliver's Travels?”
Who wrote “Murder on the Orient Express?”
In the Bible, who committed the first act of murder, and who was the victim?
Name this title and author: “Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents,” grumbled Jo, lying on the rug."
Edgar Rice Burroughs published his first novel in 1914. What was it?
This was the only novel Sylvia Plath wrote.
This is the world's most often stolen book.
Name this classic by Harper Lee. "When he was nearly 13, my brother Jem got his arm badly broken at the elbow.”
What famous Welsh poet died in New York in 1953 of acute alcoholism?
This author wrote about the adventures of a shipwrecked man and his servant.
In what European town is Ann Frank's house?
In Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book", what is the name of Mougli's pet mongoose?
What are the two cities referred to in the title of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities?"
Who was the captain of the Pequod?
Who wrote “A Clear and Present Danger” and “Debt of Honor?”
Author of 'The Canterbury Tales,' this man was an English Renaissance poet in the late 1300s.
Who won the 1962 Pulitzer Prize for literature for his novel “The Grapes of Wrath?”
What was the name of U. S. author Edgar Rice Burroughs' most famous fictional character?
This man was Agatha Christie's fictional sleuth who prized intellectualism over emotionalism.
These chubby twins are identical in speech, attitude and appearance in “Through the Looking Glass.”
This critter was Winnie the Pooh's pessimistic friend.
This medieval man wrote “The Prince,” a diabolical book which stated the ends justify the means.
This verse form was popularized by Edward Lear.