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Who was Caesar's wife in Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar"?
Ernest Hemingway led a fascinating life. His book "Death in the Afternoon" is about which of his passions?
Big game hunting
The title character(s) all end up dead in each of these Shakespearean plays, except one. Who survived?
Romeo and Juliet
The Merchant of Venice
In Ernest Thayer's poem "Casey at the Bat", what was the name of the fictional town of the home team?
Charles Dickens named one of his villainous characters after a cuckolded husband who, according to the Bible, was murdered at the behest of good King David. Who was it?
Jacob Marley ('A Christmas Carol')
Daniel Quilp ('The Old Curiosity Shop')
Herbert Pocket ('Great Expectations')
Uriah Heep ('David Copperfield')
"The Tin Drum" was written 40 years before its author, one of the most famous German writers of the twentieth century, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, but it is still his most well-known work. Who wrote it?
Which horrible sounding 1929 novel by Jean Cocteau contains the characters Paul, Elisabeth, Agathe and Dargelos?
Les Enfants Malades
Les Enfants Terribles
Les Enfants Gross
Les Enfants Disgusting
Who wrote "Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing"?
Who is the author who is famous for plays such as "The Crucible" and "Death of a Salesman", but is perhaps even more well known for his choice of spouse?
In 1841, Edgar Allan Poe wrote the first modern detective story: "The Murders in the Rue Morgue". What was the Rue Morgue?
a mortuary in Montreal
a river in Haiti
a village in Cameroon
a street in Paris