33+ Literature Trivia Questions

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Quiz Questions

In "2001: A Space Odyssey", Moon-Watcher was the only man-ape able to do what?
Walk Upright
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What is the name of the thousand-year-old secret society depicted in "The Da Vinci Code"?
Priory Of Sion
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The book "The Time Machine" was written by whom?
H G Wells
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"2001: A Space Odyssey" features which artificially-intelligent computer?
HAL
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According to legend, who was King Arthur's wife?
Guinevere
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What is the name of the poem John Keats wrote to a singing bird?
Ode To A Nightingale
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The book "The Martian Chronicles" was written by whom?
Ray Bradbury
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Who wrote "Rip Van Winkle"?
Washington Irving
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What is the name of Captain Ahab's ship?
The Pequod
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In "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep", many humans leave Earth for which planet?
Mars
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The book "Lord of Light", was written by whom?
Roger Zelazny
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What is the name of the protagonist in "The Bourne Betrayal"?
Jason Bourne
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What year did the sci-fi book "1984" come out?
1949
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What color was Anna Karenina's bag in the Tolstoy novel of the same name?
Red
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The Da Vinci Code opens with a murder in which famous museum?
The Louvre
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What is the occupation of Janet Evanovich's character Stephanie Plum?
Bounty Hunter
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How many ghosts visited Scrooge?
4
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What is the name of John's true love in Nicholas Sparks' "Dear John"?
Savannah
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What is the name of Thor's war hammer?
Mjolnir
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The book "Earthman, Come Home" was written by whom?
James Blish
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The book "The Yearling" was authored by who?
Marjorie Rawlings
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In "1984", which figure served as the leader of The Party?
Big Brother
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The book "Water for Elephants" by Sara Gruen takes place in what era?
1930's
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Where were many of Shakespeare's plays produced?
Globe Theater
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Literature Trivia

Known as “a body of written works,” literature refers to writing that’s considered to be an art form. Would it surprise you to learn that literature classified according to its usage of language that differs from the norm, national origin, historical period, subject matter, and genre? If so, be prepared to surprise yourself further with our literature trivia questions and answers in relation to books, poems, and authors.

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