) Dostovyesky called this the saddest book ever written. The book also had a stylistic first, exhibiting the first example of a novel in a novel. Freud is saidto have derived his Theory of Psycho-analysis from this book. Dostovyesky also called the principle character, one of the two most beautiful people in the world, the other being Jesus Christ. Which book?# Don Quixote, by Cervantes, Ujjwal Deb got this one. 2) When ships of Strongbow were entering Waterford harbour, he noticed a churchon one side, and a tower on another. On inquiring, he was told that they were the Tower of ___, and the Church of ___. Then, he said that they must take the town by ____. Fill in the last blank.# Hook or by Crook, it was the Church of Hook and the Tower of Crook, pretty workable I think, a good try was 'Hell and High Water' 3) What is common to the books,The Mysterious Affair at Styles, by Agatha ChristieThe Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club, by Dorothy L. SayersGone to Earth, by Mary WebbCarnival, by Compton McKenzieWilliam, by E.H. YoungTwenty-Five, by E.H. NicholsPoet's Pub, by Eric LinklaterA Farewell to Arms, by HemingwayMadame Claire, by Susan Ertzand finally, Ariel, by Andre Maurois ?# These were the first Penguin paperbacks, pretty tough, I guess. 4) Brother Fountain, the son of Robert and Elizabeth, was such a remarkable character, that somebody scribbled in his baptism book, 'England's plague for 5 years'. Who am I referring to?# Brother Fountain is a pseudonym of Oliver Cromwell 5) A.A Milne wrote Winnie The Pooh at Cotchford Farm, in Sussex. Something of perhaps greater importance, especially in the music world happenned there on July3, 1969 there. What?# Brian Jones, perhaps the most gifted of the Stones died in his pool. 6) Music again, which band got its name from the book, Primal Scream by Arthur Janov?# Tears for Fears. 7) 'Outsiders', made in 1983, had a cast comprising Tom Cruise, Matt Dillon, Emilio Estevez, Patrick Swayze, Rob Lowe etc. It also had a cameo by another actor,who played his namesake in the movie. Who?# Nicolas Cage, who starred as Nicolas Coppola. 8) A young expatriate American living in Canada, was wandering past the video arcades on Vancouver's Granville Street when something about the way the players were hunched over their glowing screens struck him as odd. He said,'I could see it in the physical intensity of their postures how rapt the kids were....'. Thisimage haunted the man and he got inspired to do something. Now, either tell me who the man was or what did he do?# William Gibson, wrote Neuromancer which had the word 'cyberspace' in it. Incidentally, the next sentence in his quote mentioned the physical space behind thescreen. I guess I should have mentioned that too. 9) What is the biggest claim to fame of Joseph G. Cannon, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, in the 1920s?# The first man to grace the Time magazine cover, in 1923.