Do you know who the "phonies" are? Holden Caulfield thinks he does! Be sure your remember how Holden came to have such disdain for people and more by taking the quiz from eNotes about The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger.
"All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." What happened to the ideal of absolute equality? Be sure you recall the details about how a revolution turns sour by taking the eNotes quiz for George Orwell's Animal Farm.
What do you recall about Jaques, the pessimist, or Rosalind, the ever-positive heroine of this comedic romp? Take this overview quiz from eNotes about William Shakespeare's As You Like It to be sure you remember the numerous plot twists for the play's couples as they pursue happily-ever-after!
An orphan named Heathcliff comes to live with the wealthy Earnshaws. Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff become very close but their bond causes a lifetime of friction for all involved in their lives. Be sure you recall the details of this tumultuous love story by taking the eNotes quiz for Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.
Twelve-year-old Hannah is not thrilled about having to participate in her family's annual Passover celebration. When she begrudgingly opens the door to symbolically allow the prophet Elijah in for supper, Hannah is mysteriously whisked back to the terrifying days of the Holocaust. Be sure you recall what happens to Hannah, literally and figuratively, by taking the quiz from eNotes about The Devil's Arithmetic by Jane Yolen.
Demetrio Macías joins Pancho Villa and his gang, who rob from the rich and give to the poor in this Hispanic take on the Robin Hood legend. What do you recall about this classic novel of the Mexican Revolution? Find out by taking the eNotes quiz about The Underdogs by Mariano Azuelo.
Young Paul lives with his impoverished family in England. When Paul discovers he has a knack for picking winning horses, his family's fortunes change. Be sure you recall how this seemingly good thing takes a terrible turn by taking the eNotes quiz for "The Rocking-Horse Winner" by D.L. Lawrence.
As a younger man, English author George Orwell spent time as a journalist in Burma, where he was assigned to write about the death of a local man caused by an elephant. The piece takes surprising turns as the author ponders not only the elephant, but the implications of imperialism. Be sure you understand the conflicts of the incident by taking the "Shooting an Elephant" overview quiz from eNotes.