What's the Next Line?

How well do you remember these famous literary lines? And if you don't remember them - can you use logic to figure it out? We shall see...
How does this famous story continue?
"We sat here we two and we said 'How we wish we had something to do.'
"And we talked about eggs and ham."
How does Alice continue?
"but it had no pictures or conversations in it, "and what is the use of a book," thought Alice 'without pictures or conversation?'
"about how to find the most peculiar places in the world."
What are the famous first lines of this story?
"large open field where I could escape from the world."
"large pleasant meadow with a pond of clear water in it."
What is the famous first sentence from Peter Pan?
"grow up."
"make it to Neverland."
How does Wind in the Willows begin?
"Cleaning up the weeds from the river."
"spring-cleaning his little home."
How does Curious George begin?
"He lived in Africa."
"He liked bananas."
How does this famous first sentence finish?
"you pushed down the crack in the back seat last Sunday."
"and all kinds of hob nobs to make a care fly really high."
What is the famous first line from The Jungle Book?
"scratched himself, yawned, and spread out his paws one after the other to get rid of the sleepy feeling in their tips."
"and looked around at what there was to eat."
How does Charlotte begin the story?
"said Fern as she spoke to her best friend Charlotte."
"said Fern to her mother as they were setting the table for breakfast."
How does this famous story begin?
"Peter, Piper, Wendy, Molly."
"Peter, Susan, Edmond, and Lucy."
How does Charlie and the Chocolate Factory begin?
"Of Willy Wonka."
"of Mr. Bucket."
How does this classic story start?
""A crazy wild thing", and that he should live with monsters."
"'WILD THING!' and Max said 'I'LL EAT YOU UP!' so he was sent to bed without eating anything."
How does this story continue?
"He was very sleepy."
"He was very hungry."
Shall We Try Again?
Oh dear, from the results of your test it seems that you don't quite have a photographic memory when it comes to the world of literature. But that's ok, since we're sure that after going over your answers, you'll be able to ace this test the next time you decide to give it a shot!
Well Done!
Well done, while you didn't manage to get 100% of the answers correct, you still got enough right to pass this quiz! Keep up the good work, since the world is in dire need of people who love to read! Make sure you share this quiz with your friends and family, just to see if they are as smart as you are!
The results of this test prove that you are practically a walking encyclopedia when it comes to the true classics of world literature. You certainly know your books! Keep it up! Make sure you share this quiz with your friends and family, just to see if they are as smart as you are!
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