Sunday, September 26, 2010

Trivia Sunday- Four Score

Today's trivia theme is pretty simple. Name the four components.

As always, feel free to do all ten at home, but only answer one in the comment section to allow four others a chance to play along.

1. The four houses of Hogwarts
2. The four ghosts that visited Ebeneezer Scrooge
3. The four novellas in Stephen King's Four Past Midnight
4. Four Eugene O'Neill plays to win a Pulitzer
5. Fantastic Four members
6. Four lines that open William Blake's "The Tyger"
7. Four word M.G. Vassanji novel title
8. Four kids of Narnia series
9. Four off to seek help from the Wizard of Oz
10. Four Toni Morrison novels to be Oprah Picks


Barbara Bruederlin said...

Yay I get to pick the easiest one!
Slytherin, Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff. The four houses of Hogwarts, that is.

Megan said...

Jacob Marley, Ghost of Christmas Past, Ghost of Christmas Present, Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come.

Mongoose said...

Dorothy, the Lion, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man

raidergirl3 said...

Four Past Midnight:
The Langoliers
Secret Window, Secret Garden
The Library Policeman
The Sun Dog

Anonymous said...

My favourite Blake poem:
Tyger Tyger. burning bright,
In the forests of the night;
What immortal hand or eye.
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?

Kate said...

#8 - Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy.

Though to be picky, those 4 only appear together in LWW, PC, and THAHB - VDT has Edmund, Lucy and their cousin Eustace; TSC has Eustace back with his friend Jill; TMN is Polly and Digory; then TLB brings everyone back to Narnia except Susan. But I'm assuming that you are looking for the original 4!

Teddy Rose said...

Four word M.G. Vassanji novel title:

'When She Was Queen'

If you want to count the word, "The" then there are actually two dour word novels, the other is, 'The Book of Secrets.'

John Mutford said...

Barbara: I wouldn't have considered that one the easiest, but in any case, you got the right answer.

Megan: That's it.

Mongoose: That's it. I figured someone would try to argue Toto's case, so thanks for not doing that.

Raidergirl: Good job. Without looking it up, I could only remember Langoliers and Secret Window.

Wollamshram: That's it and thanks for visiting!

Kate: You are right and thanks for setting the record straight. I really need to read more of that series.

Teddy: Actually, you are right with The Book of Secrets. When She Was Queen is not a novel, but a short story collection, isn't it?

raidergirl3 said...

Oh. I looked it up. But I looked it up in the book on my bookshelf, which didn't feel quite like cheating as opposed to looking it up on google. I also only recognized The Langoliers as a story I've read. I'm sure I read the whole book, but it wasn't familiar at all.