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Can you name the answers to these literature questions?

 Plays Quiz Updated Oct 14, 2012

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Which Anglo-Saxon monk and author is known as 'The Venerable?'
Who was the title hobbit in 'The Hobbit?'
Which novel is set in 'The Year of Our Ford 632?'
The ghost of which Macbeth character returns during a public feast?
Which character first appeared in the 1953 novel 'Casino Royale?'
Which Graham Greene novel follows the career of 17-year-old Pinkie?
Who created 'The Marvelous Land of Oz?'
Which Charles Dickens novel features the characters Richard Carstone and John Jarndyce?
Who created Peter Pan, the boy who never ages?
Which American novelist is most famous for his 1953 novel 'Fahrenheit 451?'
Which novelist came to controversial prominence with 'The Wasp Factory' in 1984?
Which Roald Dahl character befriends a little girl called Sophie, and lives on a diet of snozzcumbers?
Robert Langdon appears in best-selling novels by which novelist?
Who was the mysterious leader of Oceania in 'Nineteen Eighty-Four?'
Who was the eponymous 'Prisoner of Azkaban,' in the Harry Potter novel?
Who wrote the 1915 novel 'The Thirty-Nine Steps?'
Whose movements on June 16th 1904 are the central plot of James Joyce's 'Ulysses?'
Which Old English epic poem features the title character defeating the creature Grendel?
Which Evelyn Waugh novel of 1945 features the Oxford student Charles Ryder?
Which English novelist, author of 'Jane Eyre,' wrote under the pen name Currer Bell?

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