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A FunTrivia Mixed Quiz!

This is an untimed game, created by the FunTrivia QuizBot using questions submitted by players. Take your time, and please consider submitting questions of your own when you are done!

#1. Literature Mixture. Player pamolson23 asks:
  A A Milne is famous for writing the "Pooh" stories. What was the name of the donkey in the stories?

    Christopher Robin

#2. Literature Mixture. Player Messi10fan asks:
  Everyone knows "Romeo and Juliet," the tragedy written by William Shakespeare. Do you know what medium it is?

    short story
    folk tale

#3. Literature Mixture. Player Rimrunner asks:
  What was the name of Captain Nemo's underwater craft in Jules Verne's 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea'? (It has the same name as a cephalopod with a distinctive spiral chambered shell.)


#4. Literature Mixture. Player zorba_scank asks:
  Authors writing which genre of fiction would be likely to win the following awards - Agatha Award, Glass Key Award and Nero Award?

    Mystery and Crime

#5. Literature Mixture. Player merrijig asks:
  Which deerstalker-wearing literary protagonist would have been in the company of any of the following characters, namely Lestrade, Moriarty, Watson or Mycroft?

    Hercule Poirot
    Sherlock Holmes
    Miss Marple
    Nancy Drew

#6. Literature Mixture. Player wellenbrecher asks:
  What fictional character - a cheeky, redhead girl from Sweden - once entered a perfume shop and said: "No, I don't suffer from freckles."?

    Little Red Riding Hood
    Pippi Longstocking
    Lisa Simpson
    Hermione Granger

#7. Literature Mixture. Player MotherGoose asks:
  If you were a member of the Baker Street Irregulars (New York), the Sydney Passengers (Australia) or the Retired Beekeepers of Sussex (England), which the following is your most likely area of literary interest?

    Oscar Wilde
    William Shakespeare
    Sherlock Holmes
    Jane Austen

#8. Literature Mixture. Player Billkozy asks:
  Who traveled as an abbé following his escape from prison and purchased an island, and with it a title?

    Fernando Sucre
    Bellatrix Lestrange
    Roger Bartlett "Big X"
    The Count of Monte Cristo

#9. Literature Mixture. Player wellenbrecher asks:
  In her book "The Second Sex" she wrote: "One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman". Who is the woman?

    Marie Curie
    Lady Gaga
    Simone de Beauvoir
    Margaret Thatcher

#10. Literature Mixture. Player vyvviking asks:
  Former national Rugby Union player Peter FitzSimons is the author of over 20 best-selling books such as 'Gallipoli' and 'Ned Kelly'. What is his nationality?

    New Zealander