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"Et tu, Brute?" Caesar's dying words encapsulate the entire essence of this play of leadership, friendship, and betrayal. Be sure you recall the details of William Shakespeare's tragedy Julius Caesar by taking the overview quiz from eNotes.
Experiece the Holocaust through the eyes of twelve-year-old Elie Wiesel as he and his family endure imprisonment and torture at the hands of the Nazis. Be sure you recall the details of Night by taking the quiz from eNotes.
"Tell me about the rabbits, George." Can anyone achieve the American Dream? George and Lennie think they can, even though they are poor and uneducated. Do you remember what happens to derail their hopes? Test your knowledge about John Steinbeck's famous novel by taking the Of Mice and Men quiz from eNotes.
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife." This opening line is a microcosm of the world of the Bennet sisters as they puruse marriage, each in their own way. Find out what you recall about Jane Austen's classic novel Pride and Prejudice by taking this quiz from eNotes.
In Salem, Massachusetts, a group of young girls starts one of the most notorious cases of mass hysteria in American history. Be sure you recall who is accused, who confesses, who refuses to confess and why by taking the quiz from eNotes about Arthur Miller's The Crucible.