Library Blog Book Quiz: International Women’s Day Edition!

Posted: March 11, 2011 in Competitions

Once again quiz time is upon us at the library blog, with the usual prizes and glory up for grabs!  In honour of International Women’s Day, this week we are focussing on women in literature.

How to enter:  Fill in the form at the bottom of this post with your name, email address and the correct answers to all ten questions.  Entries which answer all questions correctly will go into the draw to win a book voucher from our literary friends at Readings book shop.  This competition will close at 10am on Friday March 18th, and winners will be announced on the blog later that day.  You must be a Uni High student to enter this competition.  Good luck!


1.One of the highest-selling female authors in the universe is Stephenie Meyer, author of the Twilight saga.  Which US state does she live in?

2.The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins features a strong female protagonist who risks her life to save her younger sister.  What is her sister’s name?

3.  Which female poets authored the following works?
                           a.  Snake Cradle
                           b.  The Bell Jar
                           c.  I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

4.  Which Emily Bronte novel was also the title of a song by Kate Bush?  (Bonus points if you come to the library and sing it to the librarians.)

5.  J.K. Rowling, another hugely successful woman in literature, rocked the book world with her Harry Potter series.  When is her birthday?

6.  Complete the titles of these books by genius proto-feminist author Jane Austen.

                            a.  Sense and _________________
                            b.  Pride and _________________
                            c.  _________________ Abbey



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