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THIS POET WROTE THE PREFACE TO HIS WIFE MARY'S 1818 NOVEL "FRANKENSTEIN"
THIS EVIL ALTER EGO DESTROYS THE PORTRAIT OF DR. JEKYLL'S FATHER
ROSTOPCHIN IS MOSCOW'S GOVERNOR-GENERAL IN THIS AUTHOR'S FAMOUS NOVEL "WAR AND PEACE"
CHAPTER 9 OF THIS ALEXANDRE DUMAS NOVEL IS TITLED "D'ARTAGNAN REVEALS HIMSELF"
THE HERO OF THIS CERVANTES NOVEL BECOMES OBSESSED WITH CHIVALRY & DECIDES TO BE A KNIGHT ERRANT
AFTER LEAPING FROM A BOAT, PIP, A CABIN BOY, IS PICKED UP BY THE PEQUOD IN THIS NOVEL
URIAH HEEP IS THE HYPOCRITICAL VILLAIN IN THIS CHARLES DICKENS STORY
THIS AUTHOR OF "THE POWER AND THE GLORY" HAS BEEN CALLED ENGLAND'S FOREMOST CATHOLIC NOVELIST
HIS "WAVERLEY" NOVELS, INCLUDING "ROB ROY", WERE ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY
"BUT GENTLEMEN MARRY BRUNETTES" WAS ANITA LOOS' S FOLLOW-UP TO THIS NOVEL
THIS LILLIAN HELLMAN TITLE WAS TAKEN FROM A BIBLICAL SAYING ABOUT SMALL ANIMALS "THAT SPOIL THE VINE"
IT'S SEAN O'CASEY'S PLAY ABOUT JUNO BOYLE & HER VAIN, NE'ER-DO-WELL HUSBAND
THIS HUMORIST'S 1933 AUTOBIOGRAPHY CONTAINS EPISODES LIKE "THE NIGHT THE BED FELL" & "THE CAR WE HAD TO PUSH"
THIS AUTHOR'S CAREER TOOK OFF WHEN HE PUBLISHED HIS "WAVERLEY" NOVELS ANONYMOUSLY
WHEN WRITING THIS BOOK, LOUISA MAY ALCOTT ADMITTED SHE "NEVER LIKED GIRLS OR KNEW MANY, EXCEPT MY SISTERS"
DESPITE ITS TITLE, THIS 1848 CHARLES DICKENS NOVEL IS ULTIMATELY ABOUT A FATHER & HIS DAUGHTER, NOT HIS SON
THIS TITLE FRENCH SCHOOLGIRL CREATED BY LUDWIG BEMELMANS IS OFTEN FOUND AT THE END OF THE LINE
A RUNDOWN MEXICAN HOTEL IS THE SETTING FOR "THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA", A PLAY BY THIS WRITER
THIS 1942 FRENCH NOVEL BEGINS, "MOTHER DIED TODAY. OR, MAYBE, YESTERDAY; I CAN'T BE SURE."
IN THE TITLE OF A 14th CENTURY WORK, SIR GAWAIN IS PAIRED WITH THIS "KNIGHT"