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Jack London

written by: silveto
 
'No writer, unless it were Mark Twain, ever had a more romantic life than Jack London.' (Earnest J. Hopkins). Are you acquainted with Jack London's life and works? Play this quiz and see what you know and what you don't know about one of the most popular American Fictionists.

Question 1:


Which of the following books, published in 1903, brought everlasting fame to Jack London?
'White Fang'
'The Iron Heel'
'The Call of the Wild'
'The Sea-Wolf'

Question 2:


The life of which character, depicted by Jack London, resembles very much the author's life?
Humphrey van Weyden
Wolf Larsen
Dick Forrest
Martin Eden

Question 3:


Which of the following novels by Jack London tells the story of the intellectual Humphrey van Weyden, who is forced to become a common seaman?
'Burning Daylight'
'The Sea-Wolf'
'The Iron Hill'
'The Little Lady of the Big House'

Question 4:


Which novel by Jack London depicts the rise of a fascist-like regime in America?
'The Sea-Wolf'
'The Iron Heel'
'The Scarlet Plague'
'The Valley of the Moon'

Question 5:


What breed is the dog Buck, the protagonist in 'The Call of the Wild' by Jack London?
Wolf/Alaskan husky mix
Alaska Malamute/Alaskan husky mix
St. Bernard/Collie mix
St. Bernard/Wolf mix

Question 6:


Which of the following tales is not part of the collection 'Children of the Frost' (1902) by Jack London?
'To Build a Fire'
'Li-Wan the Fair'
'In the Forests of North'
'The Master of Mystery'

Question 7:


In 1910 Jack London bought a ranch in Glen Ellen, California, and since then he began to write mostly to finance it.
True
False

Question 8:


Which of the following novels played a decisive role in Jack London's life according to his own words, and turned him to literature when he was only eight years old?
John Esten Cooke's 'The Youth of Jefferson'
Henry Adams's 'Democracy'
Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Men'
Ouida's 'Signa'

Question 9:


The main story in 'The Little Lady of the Big House' (1916) by Jack London focuses on what?
A love triangle
Human rights
The life of a widow
The gold rush

Question 10:

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What happens at the end of 'White Fang', a book by Jack London about the life of a wild dog that is half wolf?
The dog is killed
The dog is tamed
The dog returns to his wild nature
The dog becomes an alpha male in a pack of wolfs


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