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Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Famous Last Lines Quiz

16 comments:

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

A few years ago I probably would have been able to figure out more of them. Unfortunately, now I only know the obvious. Three is "A Tale of Two Cities" and the next (may be) The Wizard of Oz". I guess the Internet would have told me the rest, but I did not want to cheat.

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

I gave it more thought and the only character in a book that I know who has the name Jem, is Scout's brother in "To Kill a Mockingbird". How could I not get that right away? It is my favorite book. I will blame it on the late hour I am writing this.

bazza said...

Hi Arleen. Thanks for your answers. For the moment my lips are sealed. You probably could Google all of the answers - that's how kids do their homework these days but, as you say, that would be cheating!

joanne fox said...

How odd that last lines seem so much harder to remember than first lines. I could only get no.3 without googling, and Arleen has already provided the answer to that one.

All Consuming said...

I have 'A Tale of two Cities', The Wizard of Oz' and 'Frankenstein' the others elude me. I too have just posted a game, feel free to go and join in *grins*.

bazza said...

Joanne: The funny thing is that when you learn the answers they seem so obvious!

bazza said...

AC: I couldn't possibly comment about the correctness of your answers. By the way, are you saying "I'm so glad to be home again!" is Frankenstein? :-)

David said...

Hi bazza,
Long time no comment! 1) is definitely "To Kill a Mockingbird". 2) I don't know, but I'll have a guess at Carson McCullers' "The Heart is a Lonely Humter". 3) is definitely "A Tale of Two Cities". 4) is, I think, "The Wizard of Oz". 5) is definitely "Frankenstein". And 6) I don't know, but I'll have a crazy guess at Peter Benchley's "Jaws".
Wow, that was fun, bazza!
Anyway, I hope you and yours are all well and ok.
Very Best Wishes,
David.

bazza said...

Hi David: Yes we are getting nearer with some intelligent guesswork but no cigar yet!

John said...

Hi Bazza! Being a stupid, illiterate fool I only have an answer for number 3, being 'A tale of two cities'! However, I wish to point out the terrible grammar in number one, 'waked up'! Only an American would write such bad English! ;)
J
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bazza said...

You're right John, number one is American but they have their own rules. Maybe its time for another of my American versus British English posts!

Sherry Ellis said...

1. To Kill a Mockingbird
2. The Catcher in the Rye
3. A Tale of Two Cities
4. (Don't know for sure. Maybe Wizard of Oz.)
5. Frankenstein
6. (I don't know. Jaws?)

bazza said...

Very impressive Sherry! I will give the complete answers in a couple of days.

bazza said...

OK here are the answers:
1) To Kill a Mockingbird
2) The Catcher in the Rye
3) A Tale of Two Cities
4) The Wizard of Oz
5) Frankenstein
6) Lord of the Flies

So: First Prize (a bucket of kudos) goes to Sherry! Well done everyone.

Sherry Ellis said...

I should've known, Lord of the Flies! I'm pretty proud of myself for getting most of these. I guess my high school English teachers did their jobs!

bazza said...

Yes they did well. Congratulations!