Literary Legends: A Quiz on Famous Works of Literature

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Literary Legends: A Quiz on Famous Works of Literature

Literature has played a crucial role in shaping the cultural and intellectual fabric of society. Throughout history, many writers have created works that have inspired and captivated readers, leaving a lasting impact on the world. In this quiz, we will test your knowledge of some of the most influential works of literature, including their authors, themes, and impact on the world.

Whether you are a student of literature or simply someone who loves to read, this quiz is a great way to see how much you know about these groundbreaking works. So grab a pen and paper, and let's see how much you know about the literature that has shaped the world we live in today!

Who wrote the novel To Kill a Mockingbird?

Harper Lee

Ernest Hemingway

Scott Fitzgerald

William Faulkner

Who wrote the epic poem Beowulf?

Chaucer

Shakespeare

Anonymous

Milton

Who wrote the play Death of a Salesman?

Arthur Miller

Tennessee Williams

Samuel Beckett

Harold Pinter

Who wrote the novel Moby-Dick?

Edgar Allan Poe

Mark Twain

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Herman Melville

Who wrote the novel One Hundred Years of Solitude?

Octavio Paz

Jorge Luis Borges

Pablo Neruda

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Who wrote the novel The Great Gatsby?

Ernest Hemingway

F. Scott Fitzgerald

William Faulkner

John Steinbeck

Who wrote the play Waiting for Godot?

Samuel Beckett

Harold Pinter

Tennessee Williams

Arthur Miller

Who wrote the novel Pride and Prejudice?

Mary Shelley

Charlotte Bronte

Emily Bronte

Jane Austen

Who wrote the novel Dracula?

Mary Shelley

Edgar Allan Poe

Bram Stoker

H.G. Wells

Who wrote the epic poem Iliad?

Virgil

Homer

Ovid

Dante

Who wrote the play A Streetcar Named Desire?

Harold Pinter

Samuel Beckett

Tennessee Williams

Arthur Miller

Who wrote the novel Wuthering Heights?

Jane Austen

Charlotte Bronte

Emily Bronte

Mary Shelley

Who wrote the novel 1984?

George Orwell

Aldous Huxley

Kurt Vonnegut

Ray Bradbury

Who wrote the play The Importance of Being Earnest?

Ben Jonson

William Shakespeare

Christopher Marlowe

Oscar Wilde

Very impressive!

Well done on your exceptional score in the literature quiz! Your appreciation and understanding of the written word is truly admirable. Keep exploring the world of books and immersing yourself in new stories.

There is still room for improvement!

It's okay if you didn't do as well as you hoped on this quiz. It's important to remember that everyone has room for improvement and it's a great opportunity to learn something new. Take some time to study the material and try again. With practice and dedication, you'll be able to do better next time. Don't give up!

Who wrote the novel To Kill a Mockingbird?
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Who wrote the epic poem Beowulf?
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Who wrote the play Death of a Salesman?
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Who wrote the novel Moby-Dick?
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Who wrote the novel One Hundred Years of Solitude?
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Who wrote the novel The Great Gatsby?
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Who wrote the play Waiting for Godot?
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Who wrote the novel Pride and Prejudice?
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Who wrote the novel Dracula?
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Who wrote the epic poem Iliad?
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Who wrote the play A Streetcar Named Desire?
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Who wrote the novel Wuthering Heights?
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Who wrote the novel 1984?
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Who wrote the play The Importance of Being Earnest?
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