Literature

Which of the Two... Pieces of Literature
Hopefully you were paying attention in your high school Language Arts class.
Who Wrote It? 21st Century Best-Selling Fiction
Fun fact: Half of these books were actually typed out on a Blackberry.
5-Star Literary Characters II
Just imagine what it would be like to have these characters over for a cookout.
Which Word Wins? (Harry Potter Edition)
'Voldemort' sure does show up a lot of times for being a name you're not supposed to say.
Cryptic Book Title Meanings
For example - 'The title of this Bradbury classic comes from the temperature he was told was the auto-ignition point of paper, though there is debate about whether it's correct.'
Roald Dahl Book by Illustration
In the end, Roald Dahl did pretty well for himself considering he was missing an N somewhere in his name.
Musical Books by Musical Women
Let's hope some of that song-writing talent translates over to book writing.
Literature Speed-Picking
Speed readers, unite!
Names Missing From Book Titles
Oh to have one's name on the cover of a book...even if it were to go missing.
Literary Works by Mug
We aren't here to judge, but odds are good most of these mugs were filled with whisky.
Hogwarts Defense Against the Dark Arts Exam
With the teacher turnover in this class, it's a wonder if you'll remember anything.
Last Lines: Children's Literature
In case you missed reading these books in elementary school, here's your chance to find out how they end.
Mix and Match Book Titles II
We're not sure you read the same book that we read.
Click the Famous Poets
Click the poet if you know it.
Direwolf Match
A Stark needs only a direwolf.
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