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High School Basics

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1843 Pulitzer Winning Author (Dragon's Teeth) Upton Sinclair
1 The Lamb 2 Chimney Sweeper William Blake
1 Greek Orator 2 Western World's 1st Actor Thespis
A Farewell to Arms Ernest Hemmingway
Poe River is the major River of _______ Italy
Plot: Twins Separated in youth search for each other Characters: Egeon, Anitpholous of Ephesus, Antipholous of Syracuse Comedy of Errors
Plot: Two couples and their tales of marriage Characters: Don Pedro, Benedick, Don John, Beatrice Much Ado About Nothing
founder of Pointillism Seurat
Crime of the Century was pulled off by ______ Bruno Hoptmen
What President created the Peace Corps? John F Kennedy
Love's Labor's Lost Shakespeare
Two main lithographers Courier and Ives
Oh Captain, My Captain Walt Whitman
Tube of the outer ear Eustachian Tube
(1603-1625) Targeted by Guy Fawkes Dissolved Parliament for a while After Elizabeth I James I
Characters: Silly and Netty The Color Purple
Translates to Reckoning with pebbles Calculus
Nobel Prize in both Chemistry and Peace Lioness Pauling
3 Sisters Anton Chekov
Gave US land from Spain Adams-Onis Treaty
Last Shi-a Caliph Ali
"The School for Scandal" Character: Lady Sneerwell Richard Sheridan
Humboldt's Gift Saul Bellow
Music: Porgy and Bess George Gershwin
Tess of the D'Ubervilles Thomas Hardy
Creator of Logarithms Napier
Music: Go Tell it on the Mountain James Baldwin
Painting: The Lookout Winslow Homer
The Art of Writing Robert Louis Stevenson
The Maltese Falcon Dashiell Hammet
Music: Symphony no1 - Titan Gustav Mahler
The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll
Prometheus Unbound Percy Bysshe Shelley
Plot: Money-lender demans a pound of flesh Characters: Anotonio, Bassanio, Shylock, Portio Merchant of Venice
"Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose" Gertrude Stein
Look Homeward Angel Thomas Wolfe
1 "Slaughterhouse Five" 2 "Cat's Cradle" Kurt Vonnegut
Liberty Leading the People Eugene De La Crow
1 acted in most of Shakespeare's originals 2 owned the globe theatre Burbage
Cairo Trilogy Mafuze
Jaws Peter Benchley
Christina's World Wyeth
Opera: Norma Balini
Anne of Green Gables L.M. Montgomery
A Night to Remember Walter Lord
Jurassic Park Michael Crichton
Music: Pomp and Circumstance Sir Edward William Elgar
Moll Flanders Daniel Defoe
A Doll's House Plot: Norma would rather die than stay with her husband Henrik Ibsen
Blue Bird Meterling
Hansel and Gretel Humperdink
Music: Carmen George Bizet
Daisy Miller Henry James
The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood Howard Pyle
Ulysses James Joyce
Iran religious reformer Io-toe-la Ko-man-ee
The Turn of the Screw Henry James
The Phantom of the Opera (Book) Gaston Leroux
The Phantom of the Opera (Play) Andrew Lloyd Weber
Salammbo Gustave Flaubert
Nature Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
Agnes Grey Anne Bronte
Music: Opera: The Magic Flute WA Mozart
The Foundation Series Isaac Asimov
The Jungle Upton Sinclair
Painting: Christ Healing the Sick Rembrandt
Tarzan of the Apes Edgar Rice Borroughs
White Fang Jack London
Music: The Marriage of Figaro WA Mozart
The Great Divide Moody
1 The Plague 2 The Stranger Albert Camus
Painting: Tribute Money Masaccio
Art: Mobiles in general Calder
James Joyce (3 Novels) 1 Ulysses 2 Finnegan’s Wake 3 Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
1 The Judgment 2 The Castle Franz Kafka
Novel by Katherine Mansfield Bliss
Treaty between Great Britain and China (Returned Hong Kong) Treaty of Nanking
1 Roman Philosopher – Tutored Nero 2 Play: Thyestes 3 Revenge Tragedies Seneca
The Contrast Royale Tyler
Invictus William Ernest Henley
(871-899) Anglo-Saxon Leader Alfred the Great
Peter and the Wolf Sergei Prokofiev
“I am in earnest – I will not equivocate” Talking on slavery in “The Liberator” William Lloyd Garrison
City McKinley was shot in Buffalo, NY
Young Good Man Brown Nathaniel Hawthorne
(Russian) Abstract Creator Candinsky
1 Danish religious philosopher 2 Either/ Or Philosophical Fragments Soren Kierkegaard
Painting: Portrait of Oscar Wilde Toulouse-Latrec
Poet of the Piano Frederic Chopin
1 The Fair Maiden of the Mill 2 Swan Song 3 Winter Journey Franz Schubert
1 A History of New York 2 The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon 3 The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Washington Irving
Scenes of Clerical Life George Eliot
Billy Bud Herman Melville
(1199-1216) Forced to sign Magna Karta Weak Fighter John Lockland
Great Mayan city in Guatemala is ___________ Tical
1 Led the Celtic Renaissance 2 The Wanderings of Oisin 3 The Wild Swans at Code William Butler Yeats
The Tale of Genji Shikatu
Music: 1812 Overture Tchaikovsky
A Thief in the Night EW Hornung
Painting: Venus of Urbino Titian
Sculpture: Liberty Enlightening the World Bartholdi
Sculpture: Bird in Space Brancusi
1 The Jungle Book 2 Kim Rudyard Kipling
The Brothers Karamazov Fyodor Dostoevsky
Music: I got Rhythm Georges Gershwin
Broadway Musical (Features “One” and “What I did for love”) A Chorus Line
TS Eliot dedicated “Wasteland” to __________ (wrote “Cantos”) Ezra Pound
1 Eve of St Agnes 2 Ode on a Grecian Urn 3 Ode to a Nightingale John Keats
“Big enough stick I could raise the world” Archimedes
The Scream Edvard Munch
Novel where moral is “Be True! Be True! Show freely to the world” The Scarlet Letter
First Modern Operas writer (L’Orpheio) Claudio Monteverdi
Code name for invasion of Normandy Operation Overlord
The Ethics Spinoza
First Black Senator Hiram Revels
Music: The Planet’s Suite Gustav Holst
The Big Sleep Chandler
The Executioner’s Song Norman Mailer
Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert
A Woman of No Importance Oscar Wilde
Music: Eroica (Third Symphony) Ludwig Von Beethoven
Ethan Frome Edith Wharton
Our Town Thornton Wilder
Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen
2001: A Space Odyssey Arthur C Clarke
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard Thomas Grey
Music: The 8th “Unfinished” Symphony Franz Schubert
Gave federal government the bank control McCullough v Maryland
Painting: School of Athens Raphael
Painting: Last Supper Da Vinci
A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens
Music: Symphony no 9: From the New World Dvorak
Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Washington Irving
Painting: Moulin-Rouge Toulouse-Latrec
Anna Karenina Leo Tolstoy
The Age of Innocence Edith Wharton
The Hollow Men TS Eliot
Music: Aida Giuseppe Verdi
On the Decay of the Art of Lying Mark Twain
1 Spotted Horses 2 Old Man 3 The Bear 4 Absalom, Absalom! William Faulkner
The Deer slayer James Fennimore Cooper
Apology Plato
Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte
The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer
Muse of History Cleo
(1685 – 1688) Lost at the Battle of the Boyne Overthrown in the Glorious Revolution James II
Music: Brandenburg Concerti Bach
Man who Died Twice EA Robinson
The Canon of Medicine Avicenna
(1625-1649) 1 Last Absolute Monarch 2 Forced to sign Petition of Right 3 Executed and overtaken by Cromwell Charles I
Populist Candidate for President in 1892 James B Weaver
(English worked w/Coleridge) 1 Poet Lauriat 2 Tintern Abbey 3 The Prelude 4 The World is too much With Us William Wodsworth
Silas Marner George Eliot
Real name of George Eliot was _______ Mary Anne Ellen
Play based on Pygmalion My Fair Lady
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Fixer Bernard Mallimud
Against gerrymandering Baker v Carr
The Blue Moon Laurence Housman
1 French mathematician, physicist, religious philosopher, inventor 2 Made calculator 3 Should believe in God Blaise Pascal
In Memorium Alfred Lord Tennyson
(Novel and Author) Characters: Caroline Meeber, Hurstwood, and Drouet Sister Carrie By: Theodore Dreiser
“Snows of Kilamanjaro” (Based on personal experience) Ernest Hemingway
Lamb to the Slaughter Roald Dahl
1 Around the world in Eighty Days 2 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Jules Verne
Protagonist of Around the World in Eighty Days Phileas Fogg
Murder in the Cathedral TS Eliot
Leaves of Grass Walt Whitman
Barnaby Rudge Charles Dickens
The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne
Music: The William tell Overture Rossini
War and Peace Leo Tolstoy
The Count of Monte Cristo Alexandre Dumas
Crime and Punishment Fyodor Dostoevsky
1 Paradise Lost 2 Paradise Regained John Milton
Music: Petrushka Stravinsky
Pygmalion George Bernard Shaw
Music: Maple Leaf Rag Scott Joplin
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Victor Hugo
Music: La Boheme Puccini
Music: Hungarian Dances Johannes Brahms
Cato Joseph Addison
Fathers and Sons Ivan Turgenev
Sculpture: The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa Bernini
Argentinean Author Hor-he Louis Borhas
Kane Mutiny Herman Wok
First English poet put in Westminster Abbey Geoffrey Chaucer
Current English Queen Elizabeth II
Winner of Battle of New Orleans Farragut
Two Years Before the Mast Richard Henry Dana Jr
The Chrysanthemums John Steinbeck
Music: Midsummer Night’s Dream Mendelssohn
Dracula Bram Stoker
Essays and Lectures Oscar Wilde
Night Elie Wiesel
The Adventures of Augie March Saul Bellow
Dead Men Tell No Tales EW Hornung
Catch-22 Joseph Heller
Orlando Virginia Woolf
The Bell Jar Sylvia Plath
Stuart Little EB White
Pandora Henry James
Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe
Herzog Saul Bellow
The Last of the Mohicans James Fennimore Cooper
Painting: 1 Guernica 2 Three Musicians Pablo Picasso
Two founders of Cubism Picasso and Braque
Music: A German Requiem Johannes Brahms
Nostromo Joseph Conrad
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Ken Kesey
A Princess of Mars Edgar Rice Burroughs
Painting: Wheatfield with Crows Vincent Van Gogh
Painting: All’s Well Winslow Homer
Play: A Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams
Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra Benjamin Britten
1 First major English novelist 2 Three Epistolary novels Samuel Richardson
1 Czech playwright 2 Created the word “robot” Kapek
Accidental Tourist Anne Tyler
Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte
Prominent character of “Wuthering Heights” Heathcliff
The New Criticism Ranzon
Ruled against Lincoln for violating Habeas Corpus Ex Parte Merryman
Man did not receive attorney and sued (won) Gideon v Wainwright
Stepphenwolf Hesey
The Ring Robert Browning
Plot: Richard will do anything to become king Characters: King Edward IV, Richard, Queen Elizabeth Richard III
Painting: Starry Night Vincent Van Gogh
Eight Cousins Louisa May Alcott
Music: Well-tempered Clavier Bach
Discourse on the Method Rene Descartes
1 The Mysterious Air at Styles 2 Death on the Nile Agatha Christie
The Three Musketeers Alexandre Dumas
Les Miserables Victor Hugo
The Green Mile Steven King
Music: Pastoral Symphony (6th) LV Beethoven
Painting: Las Meninas Diego Velazquez
Walden Thoreau
(Alexandrian Author) “The Elements” Euclid
Founder of King Tut’s tomb Howard Carter
Plot: Ship-wrecked twins think each other is dead Characters: Orsino, Viola, Sebastian Twelfth Night
1 Howard’s End 2 Room with a View 3 Passage to India EM Forster
Series of 4 poems by TS Elliot Four Quartets
Semi-Autobiographical novel by Charles Dickens David Copperfield
Sonnets from the Portuguese Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Science Law: Constant “t” and “p”, measures the velocities of gases Graham’s Law
Plot: Do anything, even kill, to remain king Characters: Duncan, Malcolm, Lady Macbeth, Macduff, Banquo, Macbeth Macbeth
Music: Appalachian spring Aaron Copeland
Arrowsmith Sinclair Lewis
Plot: Revenge for father’s death Characters: Hamlet, Polonius, Laertes, Ophelia Hamlet
Painting: The Shooting Company of Franz Banning Cocq Rembrandt
From the Earth to the Moon Jules Verne
Plot: American Civil War veterans and Baltimore Gun Club Author: Jules Verne From the Earth to the Moon
“Death be not Proud” John Donne
Don Dellilo’s most famous novel White Noise
Discoverer of Oxygen Joseph Priestley
Author of the play, “Hernini” Victor Hugo
(1660-1685) 1 Took over from Cromwell 2 Treaty of Dover made with Louis XIV Charles II
Sculpture: David Michelangelo
Painting: The Birth of Venus Sandro Botticelli
Dice: 1:0/36 2:1/36 3:2/36 or 1/18 4: 3/36 or 1/12 5: 4/36 or 1/9 6: 5/36 7: 6/36 or 1/6 8: 5/36 9: 4/36 or 1/9 10: 3/36 or 1/12 11: 2/36 or 1/18 12: 1/36
Painting: Mona Lisa Leonardo Da Vinci
Painting: Chapel of the Rosary in Venice Henri Matisse
Clockwork Orange Anthony Burgess
Kart Doenitz (German naval officer) Nuremburg Trials
(1509-1547) 1 Patronized Thomas Moore 2 Executed Thomas Cromwell 3 Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour Henry VIII
(1558-1603) 1 Fought Mary, Queen of Scots 2 Never married 3 Daughter of Anne Boleyn Elizabeth I
The Changeling Middleton
Love Story Eric Segal
The Second Coming William Butler Yeats
1 Italian Violinist 2 “In league with the Devil” 3 “24 Capriccio” Paganini
The Wind in the Willows Kennethe Graham
(1483-1485) 1 Final York king 2 Died to Henry Tudor at Bosworth Field 3 Lost War of Roses Richard III
Bohemian folk dance of Central Europe polka (3/4 time)
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm Kate Douglas Wiggin
Matilda Roald Dahl
Billy Bud Herman Melville
Nostromo Joseph Conrad
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Mark Twain
The Gambler Fyodor Dostoevsky
Music: Wedding March Mendelssohn
Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz Lyman Frank Baum
Music: The Barber of Seville Rossini
Music: 1 An American in Paris 2 Rhapsody in Blue Georges Gershwin
Pinocchio Carlo Collodi
Charlotte’s Web EB White
“Man is by nature a political animal” Aristotle
Painting: Nude Descending a Staircase Marcel Duchamp
The Lottery Shirley Jackson
Devil’s Dictionary Ambrose Bierce
Westside Story Leonard Bernstein
Father in “Death of a Salesman” Willie Lowman
1 Death of a Salesman 2 The Crucible Arthur Miller
On the Origin of the Species Charles Darwin
Citizen Kane is based off __________ William Randolph Hearst
Painting: Christina’s World Andrew Wyeth
“To a Skylark” was part of what work by Percy Bysshe Shelley? Prometheus Unbound
Music: Enigma Variations Sir Edward William Elgar
The Four horsemen of the Apocalypse Ibanez
Call of the Wild Jack London
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Study in Scarlet Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Painting: Bathers Renoir
Lady Windermere’s Fan Oscar Wilde
O Pioneers! Willa Cather
Painting: Venus Adorned by the Graces Botticelli
Don Quixote Cervantes
Music: Fantasie-Impromptu Frederic Chopin
Cole Porter’s musical, “Kiss Me Kate”, is based on ________ The Taming of the Shrew
Plot: Woman wins love of her husband Characters: Countess, Bertram, Helen All’s Well that Ends Well
1 Olympia 2 Lunch on the Grass Manet
La Morte De Arthur Mallory
Music: God Bless America Irving Berlin
Plot: Jealousy results in vengeful plot against titular character Characters: Casio, Iago, Desdemona, Othello Othello
Good artistic friend of Vincent Van Gogh Paul Gauguin
Native Son Richard Wright
1 Death in Venice 2 The Magic Mountain Thomas Mann
Charles Darnay and Lucie Manette Tale of Two Cities
“It was the best of times, It was the worst of times” Tale of Two Cities
(American Composer) The Tender Land Aaron Copeland
Literary Group 1 Virginia Woolf 2 Adrian Stephen 3 Thebe Stephen 4 John Stuart Mill Bloomsbury Group
Music: 1 Das Lied Von Der Erde 2 The Resurrection (2nd) 3 Symphony of a Thousand (8th) Gustav Mahler
Next Year for Haley’s Comet 2062
Painting: Luncheon on the Grass Manet
(Irish Novelist) 1 Original and influential writer of the Twentieth Century 2 “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man” James Joyce
Most lines of any Shakespeare character Hamlet
Minute Waltz Frederic Chopin
Painting: The Third of May 1808 Francisco De Goya
Painting: The Arnolfini Wedding Jan Van Eyck
A Simple Soul Gustave Flaubert
The Will to Believe William James
Painting: The Persistence of Memory Salvador Dali
Painting: Arrangement in Grey and Black James Whistler
“Candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker” Ogden Nash
Music: The Rite of Spring Igor Stravinsky
Authors of the Federalist Papers (3) Madison, Jay, Hamilton
1 Tales of a Wayside Inn 2 Courtship of Miles Standish 3 Song of Hiawatha 4 Wreck of the Hesperus Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Soldier Rupert Brooks
Toreador Song 1 What Opera? 2 Composer? 1 Carmen 2 George Bizet
Painted a lot of Oceans Winslow Homer
The Decameron Boccaccio
Music: Ballet: Romeo and Juliet Prokofiev
1 Mapped the Oregon Trail 2 First Republican Candidate John Fremont
Birth of Tragedy Nietchze
The Swiss Family Robinson Wyss
Queen of Spades Alexander Pushkin
Einstein on the Beach Phillip Glass
Mandarins Simon De Bovoir
Writer of “Chicago” Carl Sandburg
Music: Ballet: Sleeping Beauty Tchaikovsky
1 Eighteenth Century Artist 2 Portrait: “The Family of the Duke of Marlborough” Joshua Reynolds
(1154-1189) 1 Killed Thomas Beckett 2 Married Eleanor of Aquitaine Henry II
Pilgrim’s Progress John Bunyan
A Psalm of Life Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In Flanders Fields Thomas McGray
The Secret Garden Frances Hodgen Burnett
Painting: The Starry Night Vincent Van Gogh
A Treatise on Government Aristotle
The Idiot Fyodor Dostoevsky
Treasure Island Robert Louis Stevenson
Painting: The Violinist Marc Chagall
Painting: American Gothic Grant Wood
Painting: The Death of Marat Jacques-Louis David
Author of Dr Zhivago Boris L Pasternak
Crazy Roman Leader (Made a horse his general) Caligula
Painting: 1 Children 2 “The Child’s Bath” 3 “Afternoon Tea Party” Mary Cassatt
Painting: Lily Pond Claude Monet
Glass Menagerie Tennessee Williams
Family name in “Glass Menagerie” Wingfield
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Edward Gibbon
Main character: Sam Spade Maltese Falcon
Movie made by Arthur Miller for his wife Marilyn Monroe to act in Misfits
(Mock-Heroic Ballad) By: Lewis Carroll Jabberwocky
Compromise to avoid the Civil War Crittenden Compromise
Chamber Nautilus Oliver Wendell Holmes
Founder of the hull house improvement Jane Adams
Wars in SE Asia during the Cold War Referred to as _________ Proxy Wars
Founder of Chicago John Baptiste Pointe du Sable
Sometimes a Great Notion Ken Kesey
The Metamorphosis Franz Kafka
(Greek Tragedy) By: Eugene O’Neill Mourning Becomes Electra
1 Won three Pulitzers 2 1994-Three Tall Women Edward Albee
1 “Lost in Yonkers” (1991 Pulitzer Prize) 2 “The Odd Couple” Neil Simon
Painting: Garden of Earthly Delights Bosch
Sculpture: Pieta Michelangelo
Famous writer (Major Utilitarian) Ralph Waldo Emerson
Treaty ending WWI with Turkey Treaty of Sevres
The Deer Park Norman Mailer
Built the Vietnam War Memorial Maya-lin
Matt v Ohio was about searching without a warrant
Country that gained freedom July 5, 1811 Venezuela
Stranger in a Strange Land Heinlein
Kublai Khan Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Tartuffe Moullier
Location of Cleopatra’s Needles 1 NYC 2 London 3 Paris
1 Swiss painter 2 “Legend of the Nile” Paul Klee
Lonesome Dove McMurty
City of Corinth Founded by ________ Sisyphus
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall Anne Bronte
Ars Poetica Archibald MacLeish
The Oresteia Aeschylus
9,5 trillion kilometers a light year
Sculpture: The Thinker Rodin
At the Earth’s Core Edgar Rice Burroughs
1 The Sea 2 Clare de Lune Claude Debussy
Two main founders of Existentialism 1 Kierkegaard 2 Nietzsche
Sculpture: Perseus with the Head of Medusa Cellini
“Little giant” Senator of Illinois Stephen Douglas
1 Lord Jim 2 Heart of Darkness Joseph Conrad
Music: Ballet: Swan Lake Tchaikovsky
Supreme Court: Created the idea of “separate but equal” Plessey v Ferguson
Othello’s wife Desdemona
Mrs Dalloway Virginia Woolf
Sister Carrie Theodore Dreiser
Charge of the Light Brigade Alfred Lord Tennyson
1 Mexican Poet 2 1990 Nobel Literature 3 Last name means peace Octavio Paz
1 A Modest Proposal 2 Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan Swift
Light in August Faulkner
Supreme Court: Went pro-child labor as man sued against Keating-Own Act Hammer v Dagenhart
The Portrait of a Lady Henry James
Plot: drunk abuses wife Author: Sinclair Lewis Babbitt
Great King of Persia (During Greco-Persian wars) Darius I
Plot: British king gives land to two daughters (there are three) King Lear
1 My Darling 2 My Hamburger 3 The Pigman Paul Zindel
Sculptures: 1 The Gates of Hell 2 The Kiss Auguste rodin
Book banned in Russia Dr Zhivago
Autobiography of Alice B Toklas Gertrude Stein
1893- Maggie: A girl of the Streets Stephen Crane
Main Street Sinclair Lewis
Four Medieval Mathematical Arts 1 Music 2 Geometry 3 Arithmetic 4 Astronomy
Hawaiian God Pele
(1977 Pulitzer Prize) Roots Alex Haley
Mycology is the study of fungi
Play based on “La Boheme” Rent
Ivanhoe Sir Walter Scott
(1837-1901) 1 Longest reform 2 Reform Act of 1867 Victoria I
1 Rigoletto 2 La Traviata Verdi
Society and Solitude Ralph Waldo Emerson
(1760-1820) King during Revolutionary War George III
Painting: Guernica Pablo Picasso
Painting: Liberty Leading the People Eugene Delacroix
First female governor (for Wyoming) Nellie Taylor Ross
Plot: One wedding ends up three Characters: Theseus, Hippolyta, Hermia, Lysander, Oberon Midsummer Night’s Dream
L’Orfeo Monteverdi
Billy Pilgrim and Montana Wildhack Slaughterhouse Five
Slaughterhouse Five Kurt Vonnegut
A Man for all Seasons Robert Vult
Painting: Nighthawks Edward Hopper
The Rival Richard Sheridan
Man and Superman George Bernard Shaw
Secret Life of Walter Mitty James Thurber
In Cold Blood Truman Capote
(May 11, 1846) War Declaration on Mexico [made by] James K Polk
Dead Souls Nicolai Gogol
The Naked and the Dead Norman Mailer
A Study in Scarlet Arthur Conan Doyle
1 My Antonia 2 Death Comes for the Archbishop Willa Cather
1 To a Mouse 2 To a Louse Robert Burns
Winning of the Best Theodore Roosevelt
Music: Opera: Ride of the Valkyries Richard Wagner
Plot: tells of sisters and their matrimonies Characters: Katherine, Biance, Petruccio, Gremio Taming of the Shrew
A Man Without a Country Edward Hale
Poem and poet for Statue of Liberty New Colossus By: Emma Lazarus
Waverly Sir Walter Scott
Creator of Walter Mitty James Thurber
Plot: Magician endures hardships, but rule island Characters: Prospero, Miranda, Ferdinand, Antonio The Tempest
Name of German tribe that took Rome Vandals
1 Subject of “Look Homeward” 2 Wrote “Of Time and the River” Thomas Wolfe
Plot: Rosalind and her family live in Arden Forest Characters: Duke Senior, Rosalind, Oliver, Orlando As you Like It
First major poem by William Shakespeare Venus and Adonis
Operas: 1 Eugene Onegin 2 The Queen of Spades Tchaikovsky
Dr Faustus Christopher Marlowe
Shakespeare influenced by Christopher Marlowe
(1189-1199) Fought Phillip II and died Richard I
Tonight at 8:30 Noel Coward
Martian Chronicles Ray Bradbury
Germany: A Winter’s Tale Heine
Court case filed by Linda Brown Brown v Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas
Legalized first trimester abortion Roe v Wade
Actress: 1 Butterfield 8 2 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf 3 Cat on a hot tin Roof 4 National Velvet Elizabeth Taylor
Tender is the Night F Scott Fitzgerald
Supreme Court Case: Went against state giving land to Georgian Fletcher v Peck
Author and subject of “Murder in the Cathedral” 1 TS Eliot 2 Thomas Beckett
(German Romantic Pianist) 1 Scenes from Childhood 2 Carnival Robert Schumann
Old Possum’s book of Practical Cats Cats By: TS Elliot
Billy the Kid Aaron Copeland
1800’s basic architectural style Arts and Crafts
1 Waiting for Lefty 2 Til the Day I Die 3 Golden Boy 4 The Country Girl Clifford Odets
Knows: 1 Matisse 2 Picasso 3 Fitzgerald 4 Hemingway Authored: 1 Tender Buttons 2 Three Lives Gertrude Stein
Poem by John Keats: “My heart aches, and a drowsy Numbness pains my sense” Ode to a Nightingale
1 Scopes Monkey Trial 2 Lawyer who defended Leopold and Loeb Clarence Darrow
Supreme Court Case: Established the principle of judicial review Marbury v Madison
"I celebrate myself and sing myself And what I assume you shall assume" Song of Myself By: Walt Whitman
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