Only Book Lovers Can Pass This Classic Literature Test, Can You?

Only avid readers and book worms can pass this classic literature test. Do you think you've got the book smarts to pass this test? It's time to find out once and for all!
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What does Alice consume first in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland?"
Cake labeled "Eat Me"
A drink labeled "Drink Me"
A candy labeled "Open Me"
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What is the name of the oldest sister in "Little Women?"
Meg
Beth
Amy
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What is the name of Robinson's companion in "Robinson Crusoe?"
Thursday
Friday
Wednesday
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On what river does the story "Heart of Darkness" take place?
The Mississippi
The Nung
The Congo
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What is the name of the ship Dracula travels on in "Dracula?"
Doneska
Demeter
Wollsworth
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What is the name of the narrator in "Frankenstein?"
Robert Walton
Victor Frankenstein
Michael Hyde
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What crime is Tom Robinson accused of in "To Kill a Mockingbird?"
Murder
Rape
Theft
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Which of Holden's siblings died in "The Catcher in the Rye?"
Phoebe
Allie
Zooey
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Which is not a term used in the novel "1984?"
Droog
Doublethink
Big brother
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Which novel takes place in Long Island amongst the upper echelon of society?
Pride and Prejudice
The Great Gatsby
A Tale of Two Cities
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Which novel explores a dystopian future where books are burned as contraband?
1984
Animal Farm
Fahrenheit 451
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Which of these novels was written by Charles Dickens?
Emma
Wuthering Heights
Great Expectations
Result
Unfortunately, this quiz revealed that you're not well versed on classic literature. The good news? It's never too late to pick up one of these great novels and learn something new. After all, knowledge is power!

C+, Book Bust

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're pretty sharp when it come to classic literature! It's clear that you love to sit down and read a good book. Though you're not an expert just yet, you're very close!

B+, Book Sharp

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are totally book brilliant! It's obvious that you know classic literature better than most. From Dickens to Austen, you know just about all there is to know about classic literature. Well done!

A+, Book Brilliant

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1
What does Alice consume first in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland?"
Cake labeled "Eat Me"
A drink labeled "Drink Me"
A candy labeled "Open Me"
2
What is the name of the oldest sister in "Little Women?"
Meg
Beth
Amy
3
What is the name of Robinson's companion in "Robinson Crusoe?"
Thursday
Friday
Wednesday
4
On what river does the story "Heart of Darkness" take place?
The Mississippi
The Nung
The Congo
5
What is the name of the ship Dracula travels on in "Dracula?"
Doneska
Demeter
Wollsworth
6
What is the name of the narrator in "Frankenstein?"
Robert Walton
Victor Frankenstein
Michael Hyde
7
What crime is Tom Robinson accused of in "To Kill a Mockingbird?"
Murder
Rape
Theft
8
Which of Holden's siblings died in "The Catcher in the Rye?"
Phoebe
Allie
Zooey
9
Which is not a term used in the novel "1984?"
Droog
Doublethink
Big brother
10
Which novel takes place in Long Island amongst the upper echelon of society?
Pride and Prejudice
The Great Gatsby
A Tale of Two Cities
11
Which novel explores a dystopian future where books are burned as contraband?
1984
Animal Farm
Fahrenheit 451
12
Which of these novels was written by Charles Dickens?
Emma
Wuthering Heights
Great Expectations