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Last Words - Part Two

written by: shimonbentzvi
Another quiz on the last words of notable people.

Question 1:

"I still live ...Poetry" were the final words of this great orator from New England.
John Clay
Daniel Webster
John C. Calhoun
Henry Clay

Question 2:

"Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something." were the last words of this man. I guess if you are a revolutionary and have the US Army after you, you may not have a great quote at your death.
Pancho Villa
Robert Louis Stevenson
Jefferson Davis
McLean Stevenson

Question 3:

"What is the question?" were the last words of this poetess.
Janis Joplin
Theodora Hughes
Gertrude Stein
Anna Pavloa

Question 4:

Although he was not in his "Blue Period," this painter's last words were: "Drink to me!"
Pablo Picasso
Mark Twain
Fra Lippo Liippi
Jean Marat-Corday

Question 5:

His name has become a movie title. His last words were "Shoot straight, you bastards! Don't make a mess of it."
Alan Hale
Henry H. Morant
Ulysses Grant
Robert E. Lee

Question 6:

"I'm going away tonight." were the last words of this great American soul singer. I guess he couldn't say "I feel good" at the time, but I knew that he would.
Jerry Biggs
James Brown
Joe Tex
Jackie Lee Johnson

Question 7:

He was the only US President to serve two non-consecutive terms. His last words were "I have tried so hard to do the right."
Grover Cleveland
Ronald Reagan
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt

Question 8:

He was one of the most important scientists of all time and "Beagle" was important to his career even if he never had a dog. His last words were "I am not the least afraid to die."
Charles Darwin
Sigmund Freud
Louis Pasteur
Albert Einstein

Question 9:

Her last words were: "My G-D. What's happened?". The entire world mourned her tragic death. The people that watched her funeral were probably more than those who watched her beautiful wedding.
Jane Austen
Joan of Arc
Diana Spencer
Charlotte Bronte

Question 10:

Although he was a trained doctor, he gained his fame as a revolutionary. He was famous for riding motorcycles. His final words were "I know you have come to kill me. Shoot coward. You are only going to kill a man."
"Papa Doc" Duvalier
Fidel Castro
Ernesto Guevara
Juan German Hernandez

Question 11:

He was a painter, a war correspondent, a cigar smoker, and the leader of his country during some very tough times. His last words were: "I'm bored with it all."
Winston Churchill
Benjamin Disraeli
Josef Stalin
Nikita Kruschev

Question 12:

His last words were not "I cut down the cherry tree" but "It is well. I die hard, but I am not afraid to go."
Julius Caesar
Nathan Hale
George Washington
Lord Cornwallis


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