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Vladimir Nabokov Quiz Questions

1. When was Vladimir Nabokov born?
a) 4 February 1894
b) 22 April 1899
c) 23 August 1892
d) 10 November 1902

2. Where was Vladimir Nabokov born?
a) St. Petersburg
b) Kaliningrad
c) Tashkent
d) Sevastopol

3. When did Vladimir Nabokov leave Russia?
a) 1905
b) 1915
c) 1919
d) 1917

4. Which college did Vladimir Nabokov attend?
a) Christ Church College
b) Merton College
c) Trinity College
d) St. Philomena’s College

5. Which was Vladimir Nabokov’s first novel?
a) The Cluster
b) Two Paths
c) Pnin
d) Mashenka

6. How many papers did Vladimir Nabokov publish on entomology?
a) 16
b) 18
c) 15
d) 24

7. When did Vladimir Nabokov write Lolita?
a) 1945
b) 1955
c) 1967
d) 1948

8. Which is Vladimir Nabokov’s longest novel?
a) Ada
b) The Gift
c) King, Queen, Knave
d) Invitation to a Beheading

9. When did Vladimir Nabokov die?
a) 26 January 1979
b) 10 June 1980
c) 2 July 1977
d) 12 December 1985

10. Where did Vladimir Nabokov die?
a) Paris
b) Berlin
c) Ithaca
d) Montreux

Vladimir Nabokov Quiz Questions and Answers

1. When was Vladimir Nabokov born?
b) 22 April 1899

2. Where was Vladimir Nabokov born?
a) St. Petersburg

3. When did Vladimir Nabokov leave Russia?
c) 1919

4. Which college did Vladimir Nabokov attend?
c) Trinity College

5. Which was Vladimir Nabokov’s first novel?
d) Mashenka

6. How many papers did Vladimir Nabokov publish on entomology?
b) 18

7. When did Vladimir Nabokov write Lolita?
b) 1955

8. Which is Vladimir Nabokov’s longest novel?
a) Ada

9. When did Vladimir Nabokov die?
c) 2 July 1977

10. Where did Vladimir Nabokov die?
d) Montreux

Updated: February 24, 2017 — 10:37 pm

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