Author Riddles III

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Can you name the answers to the riddles about famous writers using the title of one of their works?

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What are Edgar Allan Poe's favorite parts of an olive and a grandfather clock, respectively?
What did Robert Louis Stevenson's son do after a long day of playing?
How did Ayn Rand's book of maps respond when she asked if she was going the right way?
What did Tom Clancy embark on when he noticed that someone had spray-painted his calendar and stolen a page from it?
Who did William Golding choose to rule the insectary?
How much participation did Jules Verne witness in Atlantis' extremely popular fantasy football scene?
Where did Robert Frost wish he had gone after getting lost in the middle of nowhere?
What is Ernest Hemingway's favorite Dolly Parton tune?
Who did Robert Penn Warren call to try and put Humpty Dumpty back together again?
Where did Frances Hodgson Burnett grow her weed so the cops wouldn't bust her?
What did Nathaniel Hawthorne receive when his lover wrote him but endured a dramatic paper cut midway through her message?
How did Alexandre Dumas refer to 'The Dark Knight Rises' villain Bane?
How successful was Ken Kesey's attempt to throw rocks at a family of birds in a tree?
Who did William Shakespeare please when he sent strippers to visit some English women while their husbands were out of town?
Who was James Fenimore Cooper's least favorite character in Disney's 'Bambi'?
How did Theodore Dreiser describe the U.S.'s obsession with the Kardashians?
What is Thomas Pynchon's favorite sci-fi television program?
How did Aldous Huxley describe Mars at the first indication there may be primitive life there?
What did John Knowles request when offered a slice of pie on which he had seen the baker sneeze?
Where did Sylvia Plath accidentally lose her chess piece during the hurricane?

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