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1. What fanciful world of magic and talking animals, accessed through a wardrobe, is the creation of British author C. S. Lewis?
2. What magical village in the Scottish Highlands that exists for only one day every hundred years came from the pen of American playwright Alan Jay Lerner?
3. What is the name of the fabled Himalayan kingdom created by British writer James Hilton in his novel "Lost Horizon?" Hint: The name was appropriated by American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt for the presidential country retreat in Maryland, now known as Camp David.
4. What mythic island kingdom, said by the Greek philosopher Plato to have sunk into the ocean thousands of years ago, continues to be a source of speculation as to whether or not it really existed and if so where?
5. What fantasy world, populated by strange creatures, other-worldly phenomena, magic, and talking animals, is accessed by a young girl after falling down a rabbit hole?
6. Where did a tornado in Kansas deposit a young farm girl in a fantasy children's novel by American author L. Frank Baum?
7. In what magical land must the climate be perfect all year, with summers not too hot nor winters too cold, and where by royal edict, "...rain may never fall till after sundown. By eight the morning fog must disappear." This idyllic kingdom was recreated in 1960 as a Broadway play starring Richard Burton and Julie Andrews.
8. What is the name of the idealized island society where perfect social harmony has been achieved depicted by Britain's Sir Thomas More in a book published in 1516?
9. What and where is the fantasyland where aging is optional?
10. What was the name of the fabled summer capital of Kublai Khan's Mongol empire that ruled China for more than a century?
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