Statistics for Literature by Letter - T

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HintAnswer% Correct
Opposite of comedyTragedy
97%
He created Hobbits, the One Ring, and GandalfJ.R.R. Tolkien
93%
His works include "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina"Leo Tolstoy
90%
A set of three connected works, such as "The Hunger Games"Trilogy
90%
City that was defeated in the "The Iliad"Troy
88%
John Donne line: "Do not ask for whom the bell ____"Tolls
84%
One of America's most prolific authors, he created Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry FinnMark Twain
80%
" A Streetcar Named Desire" playwright{Tennessee} Williams
74%
This disabled child said "God bless us every one"Tiny Tim
65%
John le Carré novel about a mole in British intelligence{Tinker} {Tailor} Soldier Spy
64%
Seven volume Proust novel about memoryIn Search of Lost {Time}
62%
HMS Bounty sailors fell in love with this island in the South PacificTahiti
62%
Sport prominently featured in David Foster Wallace's "Infinite Jest"Tennis
55%
Welsh poet who wrote "Do not go gentle into that good night"Dylan Thomas
52%
Poet who wrote "Charge of the Light Brigade"Alfred Lord Tennyson
45%
Shakespearean comedy written as entertainment for the last day
of the Christmas season
Twelfth Night
44%
Queen of the Fairies in "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
(Also the largest moon of Uranus)
Titania
42%
This "gonzo" journalist wrote the "Hells Angels" and "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"Hunter S. Thompson
32%
Transcendental essayist and proponent of "Civil Disobedience"Henry David Thoreau
29%
Long book with a long title from the 1700s:
The Life and Opinions of ________ Shandy, Gentleman
Tristram
29%

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