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Classic and Iconic Science Fiction quiz
"This is quiz on classic and iconic Science Fiction. There are some interesting bits and bobs of information in the results."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The word 'Grok' now seems to be firmly established in the English language. In which seminal Robert Heinlein novel of the 1960s was it coined?
I Will Fear No Evil
The Moon is a Marsh Mistress
Stranger in a Strange Land
Which author first wrote about the three laws of robotics?
Darth Vader first appeared in which film?
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Paul Atreides is the hero of what Frank Herbert novel in which most of the action takes place on a desert planet?
The Eyes of Heisenberg
The Dragon in the Sea
'A for Andromeda' was a collaboration between a controversial British astronomer and John Elliot. It started life as a 7 part TV serial for the BBC in 1961 and then became a novel. What was the astronomer's name?
The film 'Blade Runner' was based on which book by Philip K. Dick?
The Zap Gun
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said
The Three Stigma of Palmer Eldritch
'John Carter of Mars' was a character created by which prolific author who was also responsible for the creation of an ape man?
Edgar Rice Burroughs
L. Sprauge DeCamp
The Martian invasion of Earth described in H.G. Wells' 'War of the Worlds' is defeated by what?
The torpedo ram Thunder Child
The Royal Artillery
This novel about a planet-wide intelligent ocean was written by a Polish SF writer. It was the basis for the film of the same name made by the Soviet film maker Andrey Tarkovsky. What is it?
Richard O'Brian's 'Rocky Horror Show' features a dance in which "you take a step to the left, then a step to the right ..." what is its name?
The Transylvanian two-step
The time warp
The dominant star travelling culture in many of Ian Banks SF books is known as what?
The Player of Games
This writer was married to the Poet Shelley and wrote a seminal science fiction work. Who was she?
Which of the authors below is most associated with the sub-genre of Cyber Punk?
Which of these is not a science fiction or fantasy award?
Winston Smith meets his worst fears (rats) in room 101 towards the end of '1984'. Who wrote this dystopian novel?
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Compiled Jun 28 12