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The period between 1450 and 1600 in European development is known by what term, initially used by Italian scholars to express the rediscovery of ancient Roman and Greek culture? The Renaissance (literally meaning rebirth)

 

What is the main dog character called in Norton Juster's 1961 popular children's/adult-crossover book The Phantom Tollbooth? Tock

 

Who detailed his experiences before and during World War I in Memoirs of a Foxhunting Man, and Memoirs of an Infantry Officer? Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967)

 

What significant law relating to literary and artistic works was first introduced in 1709? Copyright (prior to which creators had no legal means of protecting their work from being published or exploited by others)

 

Who wrote the 1891 book Also Sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spake Zarathustra)? Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)

 

What word, meaning 'measure' in Greek, refers to the rhythm of a line of verse? Metre (or meter)

 

Cheap literature of the 16-18th centuries was known as 'what' books, based on the old word for the travelling traders who sold them? Chapbooks (a chapman was a travelling salesman, from the earlier term cheapman)

 

What was Samuel Langhorne Clemens' pen-name? Mark Twain (1835-1910)

 

Derived from Greek meaning summit or finishing touch, what word refers to the publisher's logo and historically the publisher's details at the end of the book? Colophon

 

Japanese three-line verses called Haiku contain how many syllables? Seventeen

 

Stanley Kubrick successfully requested the UK ban of his own film based on what Anthony Burgess book? A Clockwork Orange

 

The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) code was increased to how many digits from 1 January 2007? Thirteen

 

The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis asserts that people's perceptions and attitudes are affected particularly by what: book covers, book price, or words and language? Words and language (the theory applies to all media and language, in that the type of words and language read and used affects how people react to the world)

 

What is the female term equating to a phallic symbol? Yonic symbol

 

James Carker is a villain in which Charles Dickens novel? Dombey and Son (serialised 1846-8)

 

What famous 1818 novel had the sub-title 'The Modern Prometheus'? Frankenstein (by Mary Shelley)

 

Who wrote the 1947 book The Fountainhead? Ayn Rand

 

By what name is the writer François-Marie Arouet (1694-1778) better known? Voltaire

 

Which pioneering American poet and story-teller wrote The Fall of the House of Usher? Edgar Allen Poe (1809-49)

 

According to Matthew 27 in the Bible what prisoner was released by Pontius Pilate instead of Jesus? Barabbas

 

What was the 1920s arts group centred around Leonard and Virginia Woolf and the district of London which provided the group's name? The Bloomsbury Group

 

What Japanese term (meaning 'fold' and 'book') refers to a book construction made using concertina fold, with writing/printing on one side of the paper? Orihon

 

What were the respective family names of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet? Montague and Capulet

 

Who wrote The Power of Positive Thinking in 1953? Norman Vincent Peale

 

Around 100AD what type of book construction began to replace scrolls? Codex (a series of folios sewn together)

 

What name for a lyrical work, typically 50-200 lines long, which from the Greek word for song? Ode

 

Who wrote the 1866 book Crime and Punishment? Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-81)

 

Who wrote the 1513 guide to leadership (titled in English) The Prince? Niccolo Machiavelli

 

William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey are commonly referred to as the 'what' Poets? Lake Poets (from around 1800 they lived close to each other in the Lake District of England)

 

In bookmaking, a sheet folded three times is called by what name? Octavo (creating eight leaves)

 


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