Quiz: This Is The Hardest Literary Quiz You'll Ever Take. Can You Pass?

Are you a certified bookworm?

Matilda lounging in a big chair and reading a book in the movie Matilda
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 Dec 01, 2018
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Question: 1/18Choose Your Answer:

Who wrote Charlie And The Chocolate Factory?
Louis Sachar
Dr. Seuss
Roald Dahl

Question: 2/18Choose Your Answer:

What was the only novel to be written by Margaret Mitchell?
Little Women
Pride and Prejudice
Gone with the Wind

Question: 3/18Choose Your Answer:

"Call me Ishmael" is a famous opening line from which book?
Moby Dick
The Green Mile

Question: 4/18Choose Your Answer:

Daisy Buchanan and Nick Carraway are fictional characters from:
Nineteen Eighty-Four
The Bridges of Madison County
The Great Gatsby

Question: 5/18Choose Your Answer:

Which Shakespeare play features two old friends Valentine and Proteus’ love for The beautiful Julia?
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Merchant of Venice

Question: 6/18Choose Your Answer:

Who wrote that ‘The Female of the species is deadlier than the Male?'
Rudyard Kipling
Beatrix Potter
Agatha Christie

Question: 7/18Choose Your Answer:

Which of the following is not written by John Green?
Looking for Alaska
The Book Thief
The Fault in our Stars

Question: 8/18Choose Your Answer:

What ‘D’ is the setting for Shakespeare’s Hamlet?
Dominican Republic

Question: 9/18Choose Your Answer:

"Not all those who wander are lost" is a famous line from:
Catcher in the Rye
The Lord of the Rings
The Kite Runner

Question: 10/18Choose Your Answer:

Which book is centered on a horse?
Grapes of Wrath
Black Beauty
Gulliver's Travels

Question: 11/18Choose Your Answer:

What was Mark Twain's first novel?
The Gilded Age
Life on the Mississippi
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Question: 12/18Choose Your Answer:

This character says, "Please, sir, I want some more." Who is it?
Huckleberry Finn
Oliver Twist
Moby Dick

Question: 13/18Choose Your Answer:

Holden Caulfield is a character from which novel:
Canterbury Tales
To Kill a Mocking Bird
Catcher in the Rye

Question: 14/18Choose Your Answer:

Who said: "I would always rather be happy than dignified."
Daisy Buchanan
Jane Eyre
Anna Karenina

Question: 15/18Choose Your Answer:

Which captain was hunting Moby Dick?
Captain Jack Sparrow
Captain Ahab
Captain Nemo

Question: 16/18Choose Your Answer:

Who wrote 'To Kill a Mockingbird'?
Harper Lee
William Golding
Ernest Hemingway

Question: 17/18Choose Your Answer:

Ron and Hermione are fictional characters from what series?
The Lord of the Rings
Harry Potter

Question: 18/18Choose Your Answer:

Which of these books described the Great Depression?
The Grapes of Wrath
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Uncle Tom's Cabin
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