- Which American writer and literary critic learned Yiddish and literary Hebrew before learning any English?
- Which children’s author was also a co-creator and head writer for the Nickelodeon show Eureeka's Castle which ran from 1989 to 1995?
- Who is F. Scott Fitzgerald named after?
- Which American novelist and poet’s gravestone is inscribed with the name “Ti Jean” meaning "little John"?
- When their 1812 affair didn’t work out, Lady Caroline Lamb continued her pursuit of which notable British author by calling on him at home, sometimes dressed in disguise as a page boy?
While at a party in Panama, which author choked on a toothpick which caused an inflammation of his abdominal passage and killed him?
At age 64, Sherwood Anderson author of Winesburg, Ohio and a major influence on Hemingway and John Steinbeck, choked on a toothpick causing death by peritonitis.
What world-famous poem was originally titled “He Do the Police in Different Voices”?
T.S. Eliot used “He Do the Police in Different Voices” as a working title for “The Waste Land.”
Where did Aldous Huxley borrow the title Brave New World from?
Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Act V, Scene I
Which American poet, novelist, and children's author was the daughter of a biology professor at Boston University well known for his book about bumble bees?
Which German-born children’s author and illustrator came to New York with only $45 in his pocket and began his writing career by landing a graphic designer position in the promotion department of The New York Times?
Eric Carle, author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and other famous children's books.
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