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First name of Professor McGonagall in the Harry Potter books

Minerva

100

The stage technique used when the character addresses the audience

Breaking the fourth wall.

100

Neil Armstrongs Famous Words on the Moon 

"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

100

Three texts we studied that are loosely based on true events

Dr Faustus, Persepolis, and A Doll's House

100

Finish the lyrics: We're soaring flying... *SINGING IS REQUIRED

There's not a star in heaven that we can't reach. 

200

Name the river mentioned in William Blake's poem 'London'. 

The River Thames

200

The main characters in A Doll's House

Torvald, Nora, Mrs. Linde, Dr Rank, Krogstad. 

200

Finish the sentence from Michelle Obama's Speech:  I come here as a mom whose girls are the heart of my heart and...

the center of my world

200

The author who used fewer than 50 separate words. 

Dr Seuss (Green Eggs and Ham)

200

Name of play referenced by Plath in one of her poems

The Tempest

300

Name the Commander's Wife and Offred's Former Lover

Serena Joy and Luke 
300

Three nicknames that Torvald gave to Nora

Songbird, skylark, squirrel, pet, etc. 

300

Most common word used in english language

The
300

The cities that provide the setting for Charles Dickens’s ‘A Tale of Two Cities’

London and Paris 

300

Name of Greek God that Sylvia Plath references in her poems

Poseidon 

400

E.L. James’s Fifty Shades of Grey was originally fan fiction for this book series

Twilight

400

Chronologically, this novel comes first in C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia series.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

400

Disney movie inspired by a Shakespeare Play (100 extra points for guessing play)

The Lion King + Hamlet

400

Author of War and Peace

Leo Tolstoy

400

Church William Blake was associated with:

Swedenborgian Church

500

This genre of fiction, in which novels like Dracula are told in letters, diary entries, newspaper clippings, and more mixed formats, came to prominence in the late 18th century

Epistolary Novel

500

Name The Author Who wrote The Girl on the Train

Paula Hawkins

500

Complete the lyrics: Who dress like me, walk talk and act like me/And just might be, the next best thing, but not quite me...

"Cause I'm Slim Shady, yes, I'm the real shady"

500

William Shakespeare's Wife and a female celebrity

Anne Hathaway

500

Name two monarchs that were alive during the Shakespearian Era

Queen Elizabeth I and King James I 

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