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45 Quiz Questions on Art and Literature

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In children's literature, to which Chronicles do the books 'The Horse and His Boy' and 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' belong?

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In the Lewis Carroll novel 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', which birds were used as mallets in a croquet game?

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Which 1937 J.R.R. Tolkien novel features the shy and retiring creature Bilbo Baggins?

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Losing My Virginity' was the title of the autobiography of which celebrity entrepreneur?

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In Christianity, which part of the New Testament records a series of visions seen by John?

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Which controversial artist painted pictures of cans of Campbell's soup?

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A novel of 1940 by Raymond Chandler was entitled 'Farewell, My' what?

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Which Spanish painter was quoted as saying 'I paint objects as I think them, not as I see them'?

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Who is the author of the 1999 best seller 'The Ground Beneath her Feet?

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What is the name of the abstract art form originated by Picasso and Braque in the early 1900s?

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Who wrote the operas 'The Barber Of Seville', 'The Thieving Magpie' and 'William Tell'?

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Polish born musician Artur Rubenstein was famous for playing which instrument?

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Gregorio Fuentes, a Cuban fisherman who died in January 2002, inspired which of Hemingway's novels?

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Antonio Canova's most famous sculpture, depicting goddesses of charm and beauty, is called 'The Three' what?

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In art, a triptych is a painting with how many panels?

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Which Bill Watterson cartoon strip was first published on 18th November 1985?

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The actor who was the first director of Britain's National Theatre Company was Laurence who?

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Robert Louis Stevenson wrote which famous novel that features the character Jim Hawkins?

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Who wrote the novel 'Kidnapped', published in 1886?

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Sydney's Port Jackson Harbour is home to which famous building, completed in 1973?

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Which cartoon hero was aided by 'The power of Greyskull'?

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Which playwright once said 'I have nothing to declare but my genius'?

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Which Impressionist artist was famed for his paintings of waterlilies?

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In Shakespeare's 'Troilus and Cressida', who did Paris seduce, causing the Greeks and Trojans to go to war?

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Which canine's 'Top-Secret Management Handbook' is a guide for stressed-out executives?

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Complete the title of John Le Carre's novel 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier,what'

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Which actor's autobiography was called 'My Wicked, Wicked Ways'?

Gary Cooper
Clark Gable
Errol Flynn
Leslie Howard

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The writer Virginia Woolf was born on 25th January 1882. What was her real first name?

Adeline
Anne
Angela
Aretha

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The author who wrote 'Tales of the City' and 'The Night Listener' was 'Armistead' who?

Maupin
Smith
Atwood
Fitzgerald

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Lieutenant Pinkerton and Cio Cio San are characters in the opera 'Madame Butterfly'. Who wrote it?

Stravinsky
Puccini
Donizetti
Monteverdi

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What was the surname of Alice who is remembered as the subject of Lewis Carroll's 'Alice In Wonderland' stories?

Liburn
Lowell
Linton
Liddell

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What 'A' wrote 'Ice Station Zebra'?

A.J. Cronin
Alistair MacLean
Arthur Hailey
Arthur C Clarke

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Which of the following was not written by actor and playwright Alan Bennett?

The Writer In Disguise
Entertaining Mr Sloane
Kafka's Dick
A Private Function

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Which Shakespeare play is the 1956 film 'Forbidden Planet' loosely based on?

Othello
Romeo and Juliet
Henry V
The Tempest

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In 2004, well-known baby photographer Anne Geddes collaborated with which Canadian songstress on a music and photographic project entitled 'Miracle'?

Celine Dion
Alanis Morissette
K.D. Lang
Shania Twain

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Which 1878 opera was alternatively entitled 'The Lass That Loved A Sailor'?

H.M.S Pinafore
The Gondoliers
The Pirates of Penzance
Iolanthe

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Who wrote the novel The Camomile Lawn?

Fay Wheldon
Mary Wesley
Joanna Trollope
Monica Dickens

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Artists such as John Sloan, William Glackens and several others were collectively known as The what?

Seven
Six
Eight
Nine

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In which country was the children's author Roald Dahl born?

Wales
Norway
Belgium
England

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Which of these is the title of a novel by Joseph Conrad?

Lazy Jim
Lucky Jim
Lonely Jim
Lord Jim

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Spiderman (Peter Parker) works for which newspaper?

Daily Bugle
Daily Planet
Daily Globe
Daily Trumpet

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The Burial of the Dead', 'A Game of Chess', and 'What the Thunder Said' are parts of which poem by T.S. Eliot?

Mandalay
Gunga Din
Seashore
The Waste Land

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Which fictional pirate had the nicknames 'Barbecue' and 'The Sea Cook'?

Captain Pugwash
Captain Hook
Smee
Long John Silver

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What was the title of the famous WH Auden poem used in the 1994 film 'Four Weddings and A Funeral'?

A Body of Words
The Wreck
Funeral Blues
In Memoriam

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Who wrote the 1904 novel 'The Sea Wolf'?

Josef Conrad
Jack London
Herman Melville
Wilkie Collins

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