Literature Quizzes

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Mix and Match Book Titles II
We're not sure you read the same book that we read.
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She Wrote Him

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What To Do Six: Literature Mix
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Name the book based on the to-do list.
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20th Century Novels by Literal Image
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Name these 20th century novels by literal representations of their titles.
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Click the Famous Poets
Click the poet if you know it.
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Direwolf Match
A Stark needs only a direwolf.
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Missing Word: Neil Simon Plays
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Name the missing word from these Neil Simon plays.
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Notably Long Novels
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Pick the correct novels when given the author and the number of words.
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Books for Your Whole Body
We usually think of using our eyes when reading, but this proves that your whole body is needed.
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Quick Pick: Russian Literature
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Pick the missing words for these Russian literature titles.
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Who's Talking to Tyrion?
Who wouldn't want to talk to Tyrion, he's a pretty interesting guy.
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Categorize This: Literature
Shhh...There's no talking in the Sporcle library.
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Literature Books: The Subtitles
Non-fiction books about fiction? This is some sort of book sorcery.
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10-to-1 Literary Characters II
Welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, well. Who's ready for a bit of the old ultra-Sporcle?
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Literary London Character Search
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Can you find each character in the list at the top of this 'literary map of London' where their stories often take place?
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Double Letter Shakespeare Plays
Making a Shakespeare pun has its prose and cons.
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Hogwarts Transfiguration Exam
You may need some sheer dumb luck to get an O on this exam.
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Pick the Dr. Seuss Characters
"You're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So... get on your way!"
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The Struggle Is Real - Literary Characters
Life is hard for a character.
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Profile: Aragorn
'If by my life or death I can protect you, I will.'
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Our Revels Now Are Ended
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Fill in the words from Prospero's famous speech from Act IV, Scene I of 'The Tempest'
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Edgar Allan Poe or Agatha Christie?
Try not to get your mystery writers mixed up.
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Pick the Roald Dahl book by illustration
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Match the Roald Dahl book to the Quentin Blake illustration.
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Harry Potter Character by First Description
'Red hair and a hand-me-down robe? You must be a Weasley.'
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Last Lines: Children's Literature
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Match the children's books to their final lines of text.
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Quick Pick: Fix the 'L' Literature
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Pick the original name in these works of literature that start with 'L' whose names have been replaced by the author's name.
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Missing Word: European Plays
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Name the missing words in these plays of Continental Europe.
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Eight Letter Literature A-Z
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Name the eight-letter literature answers.
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Harry Potter Jokes
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Complete these Harry Potter jokes.
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Picture Click Shel Silverstein: Where the Sidewalk Ends
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Match the poem title from Shel Silverstein's Where the Sidewalk Ends with its artwork.
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Playwright Shooting Gallery
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Match the authors to their plays.
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Quick Pick: Roald Dahl Books By First Chapter
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Pick the Roald Dahl books by their first chapter.
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Literature Editor: khands

Recent Popular Comments

  1. Mix and Match Book Titles II
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    That book called 'Breakfast Club' sounds like it would make an excellent movie.
  2. Mix and Match Book Titles II
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    I just have a compelling urge to write synopses to these books now. Eat, Pray, Like It: A pious mother tries to get her child to eat his vegetables through prayer and saying, "Just eat it you'll like it." The Secret Life of None: A high school student anonymously blogs about the secrets of everyone at school, until she's found out. The Fault in Our Fish: A non-fiction account of the environmental impacts we have on the fishing industry. I could do this all day.
  3. Categorize This: Literature
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    It's a pity there is no obvious way to review your answers after the quiz and check which ones you got wrong.
  4. Literature Books: The Subtitles
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    each of these subtitle quizzes adds 10 or so entries to my already unmanageable to-read list.
  5. Books for Your Whole Body
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    I gotta hand it to ya on this quiz.
  6. Mix and Match Book Titles II
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    The Very Hungry Boleyn Girl. HA! No wonder they had corsets back then! (I know ... that was rude ... I'm sorry...)
  7. Mix and Match Book Titles II
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    I enjoyed it, but did find it very easy.
  8. Books for Your Whole Body
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    I'll give this quiz a thumbs up...
  9. Categorize This: Literature
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    @Mikl When the quiz is over, hit the arrows again to scroll through the list.
  10. Brave New World definitions
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    @availablelight you should really, really fix this quiz...it does not make sense. Just remove the blank questions (or put actual questions in there) and take out some decoys