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Literature Quiz Questions with Answers for Seniors

Free literature trivia quiz questions with answers for seniors!

 

Literature Quiz Questions with Answers for Seniors

In which Ian Fleming novel did the dog Edison appear?
A: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Whose autobiography was called Bound For Glory?"
A: Woody Guthrie.

Which writer did Sean O' Casey describe as English Literature's performing flea?
A: PG Wodehouse.

Ten Days That Shook the World is about what?
A: Russian Revolution.

Who completed his novel Omerta shortly before his death?
A: Mario Puzo.

In Peter Pan, what are Hook's last words?
A: Floreat Etona.

What was Ian Fleming's first novel?
A: Casino Royale.

 

Who wrote A Hard Road to Glory: The History of the African American Athlete?
A: Arthur Ash.

What was the combined ages of Sarah and Elizabeth Delaney when they published their book of Everyday Wisdom in 1994?
A: 208

Of the trio of female US novelists who have sold over 30 million books, who was the second to be published?
A: Harper Lee (To Kill A Mockingbird).

Which actress wrote the children's book Nibbles & Me?
A: Elizabeth Taylor.

What was William Golding's follow up to The Lord of the Flies?
A: The Inheritors.

Which French novelist played in goal  for Algeria?
A: Albert Camus.

Whose autobiographical novel was called The Enormous Room?
A: e e cummings.

 

Which British novelist said, "Fame is a powerful aphrodisiac?"
A: Graham Greene.

Which novelist was the cousin of actor Christopher Lee?
A: Ian Fleming.

How was H H Munro better known?
A: Saki.

What was DH Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover originally to have been called?
A: Tenderness.

What was the subject of Ralph Nader's Unsafe At Any Speed?
A: Poor car standards.

Who left an unfinished work called Cantos?
A: Ezra Pound.

Which book had the longest stay on the New York Times paperback bestsellers list?

 
A: A Life Less Ordinary (M Scott Peck).

Which country banned Black Beauty for its supposed racist title?
A: Namibia.

What was the first book in the Goosebumps series?
A: Welcome To Dead House.

Which children's author's autobiography was called Boy?
A: Ronald Dahl.

What is the first name of P G Wodehouse's character Cheesewright?
A: Stilton.