Classic Book General Trivia!

 If you love books, or just paid attention over the years to the story of these novels, then you will really enjoy our new book quiz! This general classic book quiz will present you with all kinds of questions about your favorite classics. Do you remember enough plots to pass?
 
 
In the book 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' by C.S.Lewis, what is the name of the magical world the heroes find themselves?
Fantasia
Narnia
Middle-Earth
Midgard
 
 
In the book 'The Great Gatsby' - What is Gatsby's first name?
Jay
Richard
Bill
Ted
 
 
Which of these is NOT the name of one of the sisters in the book 'Little Women' by Louisa May Alcott?
Meg
Jo
Beth
Kate
 
 
Which of these things actually happen in the book 'Nineteen Eighty Four (1984) by George Orwell?
The protagonist dies at the end of the book
The protagonist kills his beloved with his own hands
The protagonist overthrows the government
The protagonist cracks under torture
 
 
In the book 'Frankenstein' by Mary Shelley - who was Frankenstein?
A dead criminal brought back to life
The castle in which the terrible experiment was performed
The last name of the doctor who conducted the experiment
A name the village folk gave the dead man brought to life
 
 
In the book 'The Count of Monte Cristo', by Alexander Dumas - What is the name of the protagonist's beloved?
Mercedes Mondego
Iseult Lavelut
Beatrice Buntin
Hermione Stranger
 
 
In the book 'The Iliad' by Homer - which of these characters survived?
Hector
Paris
Achilles
Agamemnon
 
 
In the book 'The Lord of the Flies' by William Golding - Which of these is the true ending?
The boys fight until piggy is the new chief and makes peace
The boys agree to make a new, more civilized, society
A rescue ship and rescuer appear, and the boys all break down and cry
A rescue appears but the boys end up killing the saviors
 
 
In the book 'Alice in Wonderland' by Lewis Carrol - Which of these things did NOT happen?
Alice has a conversation with a caterpillar
Alice plays croquet with live flamingos
Alice becomes a mouse and hides from an owl
Alice has a tea party with a mad hatter
 
 
In the book 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court' by Mark Twain - Which of these things happen?
The protagonist becomes known in Camelot as 'The Boss'
The protagonist discovers magic is real
The protagonist discovers he was Merlin all along
The protagonist becomes the King of England
 
 
What is the end of the play 'Othello'?
Othello kills his best friend and then marries his wife
Othello is killed by his jealous wife, who then commits suicide
Iago, Othello's best friend, kills Othello and marries his wife
Othello kills his wife and then himself
 
 
In the book 'Treasure Island' by Robert Louis Stevenson, who was Long John Silver?
The infamous captain who hid the treasure
The name of the protagonist
The name of the ship the protagonist takes to the treasure
The name of the ship's cook
Time to Re-read the Classics!
We're afraid to say you could have done better on this test. This may mean you just haven't had read many classics. These books are classics for a reason, and we recommend you pick up at least one of them and see for yourself what all the hoopla is about! Also, have a look at the answers to learn a bit about each book and decide if it sounds interesting to you, and you'd like to read it. We promise you - these books sure return the investment!
Not Bad at All!
You did an great job, which means you not only have knowledge of some of the big classics but a great memory besides! We're super proud to have readers on our website. Continue to read classic literature; there's a reason these books are classics. Convince others to read them as well; everyone should know the classics! You still had a few mistakes, so have a look at the answers to learn more about the ones you missed.
You're Awesome!
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