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  There is a woman in the state of Nevada to whom I once lied continuously, consistently, and shamelessly, for the matter of a couple of hours. I don't want to apologize to her. Far be it from me. But I do want to explain. Unfortunately, I do not know her name, much less her present address. If her eyes should chance upon these lines, I hope she will write to me.

It was in Reno, Nevada, in the summer of 1892.


The opening lines of what autobiographical work?
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Answered: 229 times
Correct: 127 times (40.8%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 102 times (32.8%)
Skipped: 82 times (26.4%)
  All of the following authors died in 1916, except: See if you know the answer
Answered: 87 times
Correct: 38 times (24.1%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 49 times (31.0%)
Skipped: 71 times (44.9%)
  From The Sea Wolf by Jack London what is Wolf Larson's brothers name? See if you know the answer
Answered: 85 times
Correct: 46 times (31.1%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 39 times (26.4%)
Skipped: 63 times (42.6%)
  In The Sea Wolf by Jack London what is the name of Wolf's ship? See if you know the answer
Answered: 87 times
Correct: 47 times (32.6%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 40 times (27.8%)
Skipped: 57 times (39.6%)
  From The Sea Wolf by Jack London Wolf Larson was raised in Norway but was born in this country. See if you know the answer
Answered: 74 times
Correct: 29 times (21.5%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 45 times (33.3%)
Skipped: 61 times (45.2%)
  What novel by Jack London features a tyrannical sea captain and a couple of weaker protagonists "rescued" by that same captain? See if you know the answer
Answered: 102 times
Correct: 90 times (67.2%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 12 times (9.0%)
Skipped: 32 times (23.9%)
  From The Call of the Wild by Jack London what is the name of the quarrelsome lead dog that Buck bests in a vicious fight? See if you know the answer
Answered: 196 times
Correct: 175 times (67.8%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 21 times (8.1%)
Skipped: 62 times (24.0%)
  From The Call of the Wild by Jack London who is the experienced outdoorsman who saves Buck from the idiotic and doomed trop of erstwhile fortune seekers? See if you know the answer
Answered: 185 times
Correct: 153 times (59.1%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 32 times (12.4%)
Skipped: 74 times (28.6%)
  From The Call of the Wild by Jack London what is the name of the marauding Alaskan Native Americans (who incidentally were made up by London)? See if you know the answer
Answered: 171 times
Correct: 65 times (25.7%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 106 times (41.9%)
Skipped: 82 times (32.4%)
  Jack London's intention in writing The Sea Wolf was an attack on whose philosophy? See if you know the answer
Answered: 82 times
Correct: 54 times (40.9%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 28 times (21.2%)
Skipped: 50 times (37.9%)
  What work is considered to be the earliest of the modern dystopian novels? See if you know the answer
Answered: 645 times
Correct: 76 times (9.3%)
Difficulty: really really difficult
Incorrect: 569 times (69.7%)
Skipped: 171 times (21.0%)
  Allegedly, Georges Bataille threw pages of this book into the casket of his friend and lover Laure (Colette) Peignot on her death in 1938. See if you know the answer
Answered: 79 times
Correct: 34 times (23.1%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 45 times (30.6%)
Skipped: 68 times (46.3%)
  What thriller novel, first published in 1963, is based on an idea purchased from Sinclair Lewis in early 1910? See if you know the answer
Answered: 53 times
Correct: 35 times (31.8%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 18 times (16.4%)
Skipped: 57 times (51.8%)
  Which novel was adapted as a play called "The Days of the Turbins"? See if you know the answer
Answered: 84 times
Correct: 51 times (32.7%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 33 times (21.2%)
Skipped: 72 times (46.2%)
  Jack London's social writings included "The People of the _______" See if you know the answer
Answered: 331 times
Correct: 216 times (37.0%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 115 times (19.7%)
Skipped: 252 times (43.2%)
  "The People of the Abyss" concerns people and living conditions in: See if you know the answer
Answered: 52 times
Correct: 23 times (22.3%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 29 times (28.2%)
Skipped: 51 times (49.5%)
  Jack London, while living among impoverished individuals so as to be able to tell of The People of the Abyss, arranged to have a place to which he could return to sleep and change clothing through an individual named: See if you know the answer
Answered: 49 times
Correct: 20 times (19.0%)
Difficulty: very difficult
Incorrect: 29 times (27.6%)
Skipped: 56 times (53.3%)
  "I would not have the laborer sacrificed to the result. I would not have the laborer sacrificed to my convenience and pride, nor to that of a great class of such as me. Let there be worse cotton and better men. The weaver should not be bereaved of his superiority to his work."

This quotation, preface to a chapter in Jack London's People of the Abyss, was authored by:
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Answered: 50 times
Correct: 22 times (20.4%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 28 times (25.9%)
Skipped: 58 times (53.7%)
  Jack London in "People of the Abyss" explains that the term "carrying the banner" meant, to the people of the abyss: See if you know the answer
Answered: 47 times
Correct: 17 times (17.0%)
Difficulty: very difficult
Incorrect: 30 times (30.0%)
Skipped: 53 times (53.0%)
  "From out of the populous city men groan, and the soul of the wounded crieth out." This is another quote contained in Jack London's The People of the Abyss, and this one comes from: See if you know the answer
Answered: 73 times
Correct: 29 times (20.6%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 44 times (31.2%)
Skipped: 68 times (48.2%)
  Among his social writings, Jack London published: See if you know the answer
Answered: 209 times
Correct: 92 times (21.7%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 117 times (27.6%)
Skipped: 215 times (50.7%)
  To research "People of the Abyss," Jack London posed as: See if you know the answer
Answered: 46 times
Correct: 17 times (17.7%)
Difficulty: very difficult
Incorrect: 29 times (30.2%)
Skipped: 50 times (52.1%)
  Jack London's "The Road" concerns: See if you know the answer
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Correct: 28 times (28.6%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 31 times (31.6%)
Skipped: 39 times (39.8%)
  The main form of travel discussed in Jack London's "The Road" was: See if you know the answer
Answered: 63 times
Correct: 41 times (42.3%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 22 times (22.7%)
Skipped: 34 times (35.1%)
  Jack London's name while traveling as a hobo: See if you know the answer
Answered: 55 times
Correct: 21 times (21.4%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 34 times (34.7%)
Skipped: 43 times (43.9%)
  In The Road, Jack London introduces us to "shacks," which turn out to be: See if you know the answer
Answered: 52 times
Correct: 12 times (12.1%)
Difficulty: very difficult
Incorrect: 40 times (40.4%)
Skipped: 47 times (47.5%)
  In The Road, discussing travels as a hobo, Jack London introduces us to "bulls," which turn out to be: See if you know the answer
Answered: 65 times
Correct: 48 times (51.6%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 17 times (18.3%)
Skipped: 28 times (30.1%)
  In The Road, Jack London explains that he posed as a hobo for the purpose of writing of their lives.

Yes or no?
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Answered: 67 times
Correct: 39 times (40.6%)
Difficulty: medium
Incorrect: 28 times (29.2%)
Skipped: 29 times (30.2%)
  Jack London's "The Iron Heel" is: See if you know the answer
Answered: 64 times
Correct: 20 times (19.0%)
Difficulty: very difficult
Incorrect: 44 times (41.9%)
Skipped: 41 times (39.0%)
  The hero of Jack London's "the Iron Heel" is: See if you know the answer
Answered: 51 times
Correct: 32 times (30.5%)
Difficulty: difficult
Incorrect: 19 times (18.1%)
Skipped: 54 times (51.4%)

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