'A' Literature Quiz

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Can you name the 'A' themed answers to these literature questions?

Featured Jul 1, 2012

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Which Greek writer is best known for his collection of fables?
Which 1865 novel features a tea party with a hare and a dormouse?
Who was captain of the Pequod in Herman Melville's 'Moby-Dick?'
Aside from Athos and Porthos, who was the third musketeer?
Which George Orwell novel of 1945 is subtitled 'A Fairy Story?'
Which Pennsylvanian-born author wrote about the sisters Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy March?
Which epic poem, written by Virgil, tells the story of a Trojan who became ancestor of the Romans?
Which fictional prison for wizards is guarded by beings called Dementors?
Which author created the characters Ford Prefect and Zaphod Beeblebrox?
In 'Oliver Twist,' by what name is Jack Dawkins better known?
In which fictional city would you find the Unseen University?
Which Danish author is known for his children's stories 'The Ugly Duckling' and 'The Little Mermaid?'
Which author's novels 'Persuasion' and 'Northanger Abbey' were published posthumously in 1818?
In which 1873 novel did Phileas Fogg undertake an epic journey as the result of a bet?
What was the name of the lion in C.S. Lewis' 'Narnia' series?
Which Shakespeare play features the 'All the world's a stage' monologue, comparing life to a play?
Which 20th century poet's first names were Wystan Hugh?
Which Anne Brontë novel is based upon her experiences as a governess?
Which Nigerian novelist is best known for his 1958 work 'Things Fall Apart?'
Which science fiction author created the three laws of robotics?

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