of a dog, a book is probably man's best friend, and inside of a dog, it's too dark to
1. This dog remembered his old master after he returned from his wanderings in
Ilium . . .
2. When the God Dionysus, patron of the drama, travels to Hades to bring back
Euripides, he is greeted by a chorus of . . .
D. Winged Lizards
3. This mischievous canine belonged to the servant Launce in The Two Gentleman of
Verona . . .
4. In one of Dickens novels, this dog inadvertently leads the cops to his murderous
owner . . .
5. In Dostoevskys Memoirs from the House of the Dead, the condemned
murderer writes of his life in prison, where he is befriended by the dog . . .
6. In a well-known 19th century American story, the drunken narrator gouges out his
cats eye with a pen-knife and later hangs him from a tree. The cats name is .
7. His name was Boxer and he met his end by . . .
A. drowning in a river
B. being accidentally shot
C. being carted off for slaughter
D. eating poison feed
8. Apart from the metaphorical allusion, Banford and March are literally plagued by a . .
9. The Lapine-speaking Fiver, Hazel, Holly, Bigwig et al are . . .
10. In this 1979 US novel, the protagonist is an alto sax virtuoso, who walks, talks and
quotes Shakespeare and Blake. He goes by the generic name of the animal he is, which is?
11. In Stephens King Pet Sematary, this cat is brought back to life from the
dead . . .
12. Argus Filch, the caretaker and hall monitor in the Harry Potter series, has a cat
named . . .
A. Miss Puss
B. Madam Moo
C. Mrs. Norris
D. Missy Loo
13. This Booker Award-winning novel features a young boy adrift on life boat with a . . .
14. In this Whitbread Award winner, a young boy investigates the death of his
neighbors dog, named . . .
15. In this 21st century British novel, an aging homosexual retires to Italy and is
befriended by a dog named...
|Histories are more full of
examples of the fidelity of dogs than of friends.