Category: Literature

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

Originally posted 2017-03-26 03:34:31.

Mary Anne Evans (George Eliot) Quiz

1) When was Mary Anne Evans (George Eliot) born?
a) 22 November 1819
b) 14 May 1799
c) 1 October 1820
d) 5 January 1821

2) Why did Mary Anne Evans write under the name George Eliot?
a) At that time writing was considered a male profession.
b) She was living in disguise as a man.
c) She considered herself a man in a woman’s body.
d) She wanted equality for men and women.

3) Which magazine did Mary Anne Evans edit for two years?
a) Wall Street Journal
b) Current
c) Imprint
d) Westminster Review

4) Which book of Ludwig Feuerbach was translated by Mary Anne Evans and published in 1854?
a) The Kingdom of God is within you.
b) Either Or
c) Essence of Christianity
d) Why I am a Christian?

5) Who steals gold in Silas Marner?
a) Godfrey
b) Dunstan
c) Molly
d) Eppie

6) Whom did Mary Anne Evans marry?
a) George Lewes
b) John Cross
c) John Chapman
d) John Stuart Mill

7) Which novel was written first by Mary Anne Evans?
a) Adam Bede
b) Scenes of Clerical Life
c) Daniel Deronda
d) Romola

8) Which novel of Mary Anne Evans is considered her greatest?
a) The Mill on the Floss
b) Silas Marner
c) Middlemarch
d) Romola

9) When did Mary Anne Evans die?
a) 31 December 1900
b) 22 December 1880
c) 15 August 1860
d) 19 March 1865

10) Where was Mary Anne Evans buried?
a) Westminster Abbey
b) Highgate Cemetery
c) Arlington National Cemetery
d) Notre Dame Cemetery

Mary Anne Evans (George Eliot) Quiz Answers

1) When was Mary Anne Evans (George Eliot) born?
a) 22 November 1819

2) Why did Mary Anne Evans write under the name George Eliot?
a) At that time writing was considered a male profession.

3) Which magazine did Mary Anne Evans edit for two years?
d) Westminster Review

4) Which book of Ludwig Feuerbach was translated by Mary Anne Evans and published in 1854?
c) Essence of Christianity

5) Who steals gold in Silas Marner?
b) Dunstan

6) Whom did Mary Anne Evans marry?
b) John Cross

7) Which novel was written first by Mary Anne Evans?
b) Scenes of Clerical Life

8) Which novel of Mary Anne Evans is considered her greatest?
c) Middlemarch

9) When did Mary Anne Evans die?
b) 22 December 1880

10) Where was Mary Anne Evans buried?
b) Highgate Cemetery

Originally posted 2017-03-26 03:34:30.

Pearl Buck Quiz

1. What was Pearl Buck’s original name?
a) Gina Harrison
b) Pearl Comfort Sydenstricker
c) Jane Seymour
d) Victoria Crawford

2. When was Pearl Buck born?
a) 10 February 1889
b) 26 June 1892
c) 11 July 1894
d) 17 November 1896

3. Where was Pearl Buck born?
a) Peking
b) Hillsboro
c) Canton
d) Tokyo

4. Which college did Pearl Buck attend?
a) William and Mary College
b) Randolph-Macon Woman’s College
c) Rhodes College
d) Trinity College

5. Which University did Pearl Buck attend?
a) Cornell
b) Harvard
c) Shanghai
d) Yale

6. Which novel won Pearl Buck Pulitzer Prize in 1932?
a) The House of Earth
b) The Good Earth
c) Dragon Seed
d) The Imperial Woman

7. When did Pearl Buck get Nobel Prize for Literature?
a) 1921
b) 1927
c) 1935
d) 1938

8. What pen name did Pearl Buck use to write The Townsman?
a) James Hadley Chase
b) Barbara Cartland
c) John Sedges
d) Agatha Christie

9. When did Pearl Buck die?
a) 6 March 1973
b) 3 April 1975
c) 28 September 1977
d) 29 December 1968

10. Where did Pearl Buck die?
a) Danby
b) New York
c) Reno
d) Lynchburg


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Pearl Buck Quiz Questions with Answers

1. What was Pearl Buck’s original name?
b) Pearl Comfort Sydenstricker

2. When was Pearl Buck born?
b) 26 June 1892

3. Where was Pearl Buck born?
b) Hillsboro

4. Which college did Pearl Buck attend?
b) Randolph-Macon Woman’s College

5. Which University did Pearl Buck attend?
a) Cornell

6. Which novel won Pearl Buck Pulitzer Prize in 1932?
b) The Good Earth

7. When did Pearl Buck get Nobel Prize for Literature?
d) 1938

8. What pen name did Pearl Buck use to write The Townsman?
c) John Sedges

9. When did Pearl Buck die?
a) 6 March 1973

10. Where did Pearl Buck die?
a) Danby

Originally posted 2017-03-26 03:34:14.