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Patrick White Quiz

Patrick White Quiz Questions

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1. When did Patrick White get Nobel Prize for Literature?
a) 1964
b) 1975
c) 1973
d) 1978

2. When was Patrick White born?
a) 6 February 1914
b) 28 May 1912
c) 16 August 1917
d) 24 December 1915

3. Where was Patrick White born?
a) Perth
b) Darwin
c) Alice Springs
d) London

4. Which college did Patrick White attend?
a) King’s College
b) Merton College
c) Queen’s College
d) Jesus College

5. Which was Patrick White’s first novel?
a) The Tree of Man
b) Happy Valley
c) A Fringe of Leaves
d) The Twyborn Affair

6. When did Patrick White write The Living and the Dead?
a) 1941
b) 1956
c) 1948
d) 1952

7. Which play did Patrick White write in 1962?
a) Shepherd on the Rocks
b) Big Toys
c) The Season at Sarsaparilla
d) Netherwood

8. Which of the following is not a short story collection?
a) Three Uneasy Pieces
b) The Burnt Ones
c) The Cockatoos
d) The Vivisector

9. When did Patrick White die?
a) 24 January 1999
b) 10 June 1996
c) 30 September 1990
d) 10 November 1994

10. Where did Patrick White die?
a) Hobart
b) Adelaide
c) Brisbane
d) Sydney

Patrick White Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Patrick White get Nobel Prize for Literature?
c) 1973

2. When was Patrick White born?
b) 28 May 1912

3. Where was Patrick White born?
d) London

4. Which college did Patrick White attend?
a) King’s College

5. Which was Patrick White’s first novel?
b) Happy Valley

6. When did Patrick White write The Living and the Dead?
a) 1941

7. Which play did Patrick White write in 1962?
c) The Season at Sarsaparilla

8. Which of the following is not a short story collection?
d) The Vivisector

9. When did Patrick White die?
c) 30 September 1990

10. Where did Patrick White die?
d) Sydney

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