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Literature II

Name the author of "Pride and Prejudice", "Emma", and "Sense and Sensibility". Jane Austen
Name this novel with the protagonist being the hero, Winston Smith, in a totalitarian state named Oceania. Smith falls in love with a woman named Julia, and they are both arrested by the Thought Police. They torture him to weaken his spirit in rebellion. 1984; Orwell
Name this novel which involves Sydney Carton, who sacrifices her own life to save his friends Charles Darnay and Lucie Manette. Also included in this novel is Madame Defarge who knits by the guillotine. The Tale of Two Cities; Dickens
This novel's narrators are Lockwood and Ellen Dean who talk about Heathcliff. Heathcliff is in love with Cathy Earnshaw who marries Edgar Linton. Heathcliff plans revenge through their second generation. Wuthering Heights; Emily Bronte- under the pseudonym Ellis Bell
Name the first Latin American to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. Gabriela Mistral: 1945
This play is set on a plantation in 1900. It includes the 3 Hubbard siblings(Regina and her two brothers) who scheme to earn vast riches at the expense of other family membners, such as Regina's husband Horace and their daughter Alexandra. The Little Foxes; Hellman
Name the novel whose first line is... "Ships at a distance have every man's wish on board." Their Eyes Were Watching God; Hurston
Name the author of Candide, and her real name. Voltaire; Francois-Marie Arouet
Name the poem by Oliver Wendell Holmes that saved the U.S.S Constitution. "Old Ironsides"
Name the poet and the poem that is featured on the Statue of Libety. Hint: "Give me your tired your poor..." Lazarus; "The New Colosseus"
Name the author who was born in Salinas, CA. Steinbeck
Name the famous playwrite who was said to be born in a hotel room(in Broadway) and to have died in a hotel room. Eugene O'Neill
Name this famous poet and short story writer who was born in Boston, MA and died in Balitmore, MD. 1809-1849 Edgar Allen Poe
Name the author who created the fictional place, "Tilbury Town". Robinson
Name the author who created the fictional place, "Macondo". Gabriel Garcia-Marquez
Name the author who wrote "An American Tragedy". Dreiser
Name the first play by an African-American to be put on Broadway that features the Younger Family who try to move into an all white Chicago suburb where they are discriminated. A Raisin in the Sun; Hansberry
Name this play that includes the Wingfield family (Tom, Amanda, and Laura). Jim O'Connor calls on Laura and accidentally breaks her glass unicorn causing her to snap into reality. O'Connor says he is already married and Laura goes back to her fantasy. The Glass Menagerie; Williams
Name this novel that is viewed to be one reason for the start of the Civil War. Its protagonist, Tom, a slave befriends Little Eva St. Clare who dies and tell her father to release all of his slaves. However Simon Legree takes over and keeps all of themd. Uncle Tom's Cabin; Harriet Beecher Stowe
This novel's protagonist is Hester Prynne, who thinks she is a widow and has an illegitimate child. However, her husband, Roger Chillingworth, is still alive and forces her to wear a red letter "A" for her adultry. The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne
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