Spread the love QUIZ PROGRAM 40 Toni Morrison Dan Brown 16 question - 20 minute Good Luck Name 1. 0008; Toni Marrison's which book deals with a traumatized Korean War veteran encounters racism after returning home and later overcomes apathy to rescue his sister. A Mercy Paradise Home Love2. 00016; Choose the wrong statement The Da Vinci Code proved immensely popular with readers. By 2009 more than 80 million copies had been sold, and editions were available in some 40 languages. Brown continued the adventures of his tweedy protagonist in The Lost Symbol (2009), which centres on Freemasons The film adaptations of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons were released in 2006 and 2009, respectively, with Tom Hanks starring as Langdon. Deception Point was written in 2010 After his third novel, Deception Point (2001), Brown returned to Langdon with The Da Vinci Code, a thriller that centres on art history, Christianity’s origins, and arcane theories. 3. 0003; Toni Morrison was born February 08, 1901, Lorain, Ohio, U.S. January18, 1931, London, UK February 10, 1921, NY, U.S. February 18, 1931, Lorain, Ohio, U.S.4. 0009; Toni Marrison's which book is told by a male narrator in search of his identity; its publication brought Morrison to national attention. Solomon God Help the Child Sula The Bluest Eye5. 00012; Dan Brown was born ... June 22, 1964, Exeter, New Hampshire, U.S. July 22, 1964, Exeter, New York , U.S. June 22, 1954, Exeter, New Hampshire, U.K. June 22, 1984, Exeter, New Hampshire, U.S.6. 00011; Choose the wrong statement Toni Marisson's use of fantasy, her sinuous poetic style, and her rich interweaving of the mythic gave her stories great strength and texture. The central theme of Morrison’s novels is the black American experience; in an unjust society her characters struggle to find themselves and their cultural identity. In 2010 Toni Marisson was awarded the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom. A work of criticism, Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination, was published in 1992. 7. 0005; The Bluest Eye (1970) set on a Caribbean island, explores conflicts of race, class. it examines (among other issues) the dynamics of friendship and the expectations for conformity within the community. is a novel of initiation concerning a victimized adolescent black girl who is obsessed by white standards of beauty and longs to have blue eyes. won a Pulitzer Prize for fiction, is based on the true story of a runaway slave who, at the point of recapture, kills her infant daughter in order to spare her a life of slavery8. 0007; Toni Marrisson's Jazz (1992) ... . is a story of violence and passion set in New York City’s Harlem during the 1920s. deals with slavery in 17th-century America. a richly detailed portrait of a black utopian community in Oklahoma9. 00014; Choose the wrong statement Brown attended Phillips Exeter Academy, a prep school where his father was a math teacher, and in 1986 he graduated from Amherst (Massachusetts) College. The U.S. Secret Service visited the school to interview a student who had written an e-mail in which he joked about killing the president. Although Jack Brown had little success in the music industry, in 1990 he wrote his first book, 187 Men to Avoid, a dating survival guide for women; it was published in 1995. The incident at school sparked Brown’s interest in covert intelligence agencies, which formed the basis of his first novel, Angels & Demons (2000).10. 0001; Toni Morrison's original name Lady Gaga Howard Anthony Robert Langdon Chloe Anthony Wofford11. 0002; Morrison’s first book Tar Baby The Bluest Eye Beloved Jack London12. 0006; For which book Toni Marisson won a Pulitzer Prize for fiction, is based on the true story of a runaway slave who, at the point of recapture, kills her infant daughter in order to spare her a life of slavery. Jazz (1992) Tar Baby (1981) A Mercy (2008) Beloved (1987)13. 0004; Choose the wrong statement Storytelling, songs, and folktales were a deeply formative part of Toni Morrison's childhood. Morrison grew up in the American Midwest in a family that possessed an intense love of and appreciation for black culture. Toni Morrison received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1973. Toni Morrison attended Howard University and Cornell University Toni Morrison, original name Chloe Anthony Wofford, American writer noted for her examination of black experience within the black community.14. 00013; Who wrote The Da Vinci Code (2003). Toni Morrison Dan Brown Einstein Jack London15. 00015; The Da Vinci Code won a Pulitzer Prize for fiction, is based on the true story of a runaway slave who, at the point of recapture, kills her infant daughter in order to spare her a life of slavery. deals with "symbologist" Robert Langdon and cryptologist Sophie Neveu after a murder in the Louvre Museum in Paris causes them to become involved in a battle between the Priory of Sion and Opus Dei over the possibility of Jesus Christ having been a companion to Mary Magdalene. is a short novel written by the American author Ernest Hemingway in 1951 in Cuba, and published in 1952.[ is a novel of initiation concerning a victimized adolescent black girl who is obsessed by white standards of beauty and longs to have blue eyes. 16. 00010 ; God Help the Child is a novel of initiation concerning a victimized adolescent black girl who is obsessed by white standards of beauty and longs to have blue eyes. a richly detailed portrait of a black utopian community in Oklahoma chronicles the ramifications of child abuse and neglect through the tale of Bride, a black girl with dark skin who is born to light-skinned parents. a traumatized Korean War veteran encounters racism after returning home and later overcomes apathy to rescue his sister.