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Chapter 4 Puzzle Yourself

The title of this page speaks for itself. Challenge the most interesting quizzes ever to solve the main puzzle, which is How well you know English and American literature? and enhance your intelligence. Collection of quizzes in a variety of categories is provided with Answer Keys. These special Puzzles are for you to have a good time. Let us know how you do!
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Have you read any of these books?

Then it will be not difficult for you to match the book

(in the left column) to its writer (in the right column).

Look at the portraits and say who is missing?

                                                                             Forms 5-7


Title of the Book

1 The Hobbit
a Radyard Kipling
2 Lord of the Rings
J.K. Rowling
3 Jane Eyre
c Lewis Carrol
4 The Old Man and the Sea
d Mark Twain
5 The Catcher in the Rye
e Ernest Hemingway
6Winnie the Pooh
fWilliam Golding
7The Harry Porter Books
gJ.R.R. Tolkien
8The Jungle Books
9Gulliver's Travels
iJ.R.R. Tolkien
10Treasure Island
jA.A. Milne
11 Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass
k Charlotte Bronte
12 Lord of the Flies
H.G. Wells
13Huckleberry Finn
m Jonathan Swift
14 The Time Machine
n Robert Louis Stevenson

   Forms 8-11


Do you like to read  books with illustrations
or without them?
Look at the illustrations and
say who the authors of the books are.

1. What is the book "Lord of the Flies" about?
2. In the Book "Lord of the Rings" who or what is Bilbo?
3. Give the name of Mickey Mouse's girlfriend?
4. How many lines does a sonnet have?
5. Name the book which opens with the line "All children, except one grew up".
6. What is the name of the first Harry Potter books?
7. In which century were Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" written?
8. What nationality was Robert Louis Stevenson?
9. "Jane Eyre" was written by which Bronte sister?
10. What kind of creature was Captain Flint?

                   Quiz 4

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