Never-Ending Book Quiz
"In the last years of the Seventeenth Century there was to be found among the fops and fools of the London coffee-houses one rangy, gangling flitch called Ebenezer Cooke, more ambitious than talented, and yet more talented than prudent, who, like his friends-in-folly, all of whom were suipposed to be educating at Oxford or Cambridge, had found the sound of Mother English more fun to game with than her sense to labor over, and so rather than applying himself to the pains of scholarship, had learned the knack of versifying...."
This long (yet abridged!) sentence begins what literary opus?
Choose the correct answer:The Brothers Karamazov The Sot-Weed Factor Tom Jones Tristram Shandy The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders The Versed Person in the World A Christmas Carol
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