Ernest Hemingway Quiz

1. When was Ernest Hemingway born?
a) 9 February 1864
b) 17 May 1862
c) 21 July 1899
d) 30 December 1865

2. Where was Ernest Hemingway born?
a) Cicero
b) Boston
c) Anchorage
d) San Francisco

3. What was Ernest Hemingway’s role in World War I?
a) Corporal
b) Marine
c) Flight Lieutenant
d) Ambulance driver

4. When did Ernest Hemingway publish The Sun Also Rises?
a) 1914
b) 1926
c) 1918
d) 1922

5. Which book of Ernest Hemingway was a parody of Sherwood Anderson’s Dark Laughter?
a) Men without Women
b) The Killers
c) The Snows of Kilimanjaro
d) The Torrents of Spring

6. Which novel did Ernest Hemingway publish in 1940?
a) For Whom the Bell Tolls
b) Death in the Afternoon
c) The Fifth Column
d) To Have and Have Not

7. Which novel got Ernest Hemingway Pulitzer Prize?
a) A Farewell to Arms
b) The Old Man and the Sea
c) Across the River and into the Seas
d) The Green Hills of Africa

8. When did Ernest Hemingway get Nobel Prize for Literature?
a) 1931
b) 1937
c) 1945
d) 1954

9. When did Ernest Hemingway die?
a) 15 January 1956
b) 2 July 1961
c) 3 April 1962
d) 12 December 1955

10. Where did Ernest Hemingway die?
a) Barcelona
b) Ketchum
c) Havana
d) Milan

Ernest Hemingway Quiz Answers

1. When was Ernest Hemingway born?
c) 21 July 1899

2. Where was Ernest Hemingway born?
a) Cicero

3. What was Ernest Hemingway’s role in World War I?
d) Ambulance driver

4. When did Ernest Hemingway publish The Sun Also Rises?
b) 1926

5. Which book of Ernest Hemingway was a parody of Sherwood Anderson’s Dark Laughter?
d) The Torrents of Spring

6. Which novel did Ernest Hemingway publish in 1940?
a) For Whom the Bell Tolls

7. Which novel got Ernest Hemingway Pulitzer Prize?
b) The Old Man and the Sea

8. When did Ernest Hemingway get Nobel Prize for Literature?
d) 1954

9. When did Ernest Hemingway die?
b) 2 July 1961

10. Where did Ernest Hemingway die?
b) Ketchum

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Updated: March 26, 2017 — 3:34 am

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  1. Nice work sir ‘ but more question abut the author should be put in

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