Never-Ending Book Quiz
"Alas, poor Yorick". Many of us are familiar with this phrase, from Shakespeare's "Hamlet". Hamlet was written in about 1600. Some 160 years later, the phrase appeared as an epitaph in a classic English novel, and there is a clear connection to Hamlet. What is the novel?
Choose the correct answer:"Jeremiah Stumptooth" - Lady Enid Trout "Humphrey Clinker" - Tobias Smollett "Gulliver's Travels" - Jonathan Swift "Tristram Shandy" - Laurence Sterne
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