How much do you know about contemporary European literature? (2)
1. Who was the author who wrote tellingly about love crossing social barriers, in The Go-Between,The Hireling, etc.?
2. For which work is Czech writer Jaroslav Hasek best remembered?
3. M.P. for Oxford University; author, satirist and humorist, his best known works included The Water Gipsies.
4. Who was the German-Swiss Nobel Laureate and author of several novels with a mystical slant, including The Glass Bead Game?
5. Who was the phonetician in G. B. Shaw's Pygmalion?
6. Who is the contemporary dramatist whose first London success Relatively Speaking in 1967 has been followed by many others,including the series Talking Heads written specially for television?
7. In 1993 Susan Hill published a sequel to Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca.What is it called?
8. Who was the author of Lost Horizon and Good-bye Mr Chips?
9. By which name was the French satirist and actor Jean-Baptiste Poquelin better known?
10. Who was the 1934 Italian Nobel Laureate and author, amongst many other works, of Six Characters in Search of an Author?
11. Who was the hero of Jules Vernes' Around the World in Eighty Days?
12. George Bernard Shaw is reported as having said : " Reading his plays makes me want to tear up my own". Of whom was he speaking?
13. Who was the author of A Clockwork Orange?
14. Whose 1999 Booker Prize 'Disgrace' is set in post-apartheid South Africa?
15. In Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons, the heroine Flora Poste visits relatives in the Sussex countryside.What is the family name?
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Capricorn and Work
Capricorn ( Dec 22 - Jan19 ) and Work
Can you say workaholic? Capricorn is the most ambitious, industrious sign of the zodiac. You accept responsibility without complaint. You know how to operate within an organization, large or small, and when a structure is lacking, you know how to create one. You may not like bureaucracy, but you understand it, and you're at home in a corporation. Naturally you crave recognition. And let's face it: Although recognition comes in many guises, its primary form is money. You understand the stuff. Occasionally, you even become obsessed with it because money is a sign of accomplishment. Consider, for example, this remark from the eccentric, obsessive-compulsive tycoon Howard Hughes. "I'm not a paranoid deranged millionaire," he said. "Goddamit, I'm a billionaire."
So, yes, some Capricorns are covetous and materialistic. Most are not. And many of you have a little-recognized ability to put the good of others ahead of your selfish desires. Not for nothing was Martin Luther King, Jr., a Capricorn. Those born under the sign of the Goat, despite a reputation for capitalist venality, often have a social conscience. They just don't think they should have to suffer for it.
If you work for a Capricorn, everything you ever learned about how to behave at work applies: Be on time, dress for the next level up, anticipate your boss's needs, be organized, and so forth. Avoid office pranks: Naked pictures on the copier won't amuse your straight-arrow boss. And make sure that nothing suspect appears on your computer screen and that includes solitaire. Remember: Capricorns wrote the rules. You'd be a fool to break them.