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"Also Known As..." (Nicknames and Dual Identities)
"Many literary characters have nicknames, monikers, epithets, or dual identities by which they are known. In this quiz, provide the nickname for each character given, or provide the real name for each nickname given."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Lucie Manette: It's not a name she goes by, but more the name that her character represents. What is her moniker?
The Golden Thread
The Eternal Hope
The Ivory Strand
The Timeless Seam
Henry (or Harry) Percy: what is his nickname? (think Shakespeare)
Bertilak de Hautdesert: what is his other identity?
The Green Knight
Morgan le Faye
Peter Pevensie: what is the royal title eventually bestowed upon him?
King Peter the Brave
King Peter the Great
King Peter the Magnificent
King Peter the Noble
Octavius Guy: what is his nickname in "The Moonstone"?
The Handsome Sailor: to whom does the author give this epithet?
Edward Fairfax Vere
Blue Roses: though it's sort of accidental, to whom does this moniker belong?
The Artful Dodger: Ah, but what's his real name?
The Wife of Bath: what is her given name? (yes, she actually has one!)
Boo Radley: a very famous character whose first name isn't mentioned often, but do you know it?
Anne Shirley, or Anne of Green Gables: she is given a nickname that she absolutely hates! What is it?
Philip Pirrip: his preferred moniker is short and sweet. What is it?
Half-Pint: from a well-known series of children's books, as well as a long-running television show, who often goes by this affectionate nickname?
(2 or 3 words)
Athos, Porthos, and Aramis: what is their collective identity?
(3 words, including 'The')
Princess Aurora, or Briar Rose: what is her more common epithet?
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Compiled Jun 28 12