Literature Quizzes

Literature Quizzes

eNotes offers over 130 short-answer quizzes and over 800 multiple-choice quizzes for our most popular literature titles. Each of our short-answer quizzes was created with an expert knowledge of the text at hand. Each multiple-choice quiz can be used as a quick reading check for your students. As a community of teachers, we know that the best way to test a student's comprehension of a work is to focus on both small details and big picture ideas. With eNotes' quizzes you can rest assured that you'll receive a quality resource to aid in your instruction.

  1. 1984
  2. A Christmas Carol
  3. A Christmas Memory
  4. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
  5. A Doll's House
  6. A Good Man Is Hard to Find
  7. A History of Europe
  8. A History Of The United States
  9. A Jury of Her Peers
  10. A Lesson before Dying
  11. A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper
  12. A Midsummer Night's Dream
  13. A Modest Proposal
  14. A People's History of the United States
  15. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  16. A Raisin in the Sun
  17. A Rose for Emily
  18. A Separate Peace
  19. A Streetcar Named Desire
  20. A Tale of Two Cities
  21. A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings
  22. A Worn Path
  23. A&P
  24. Adventures in Ancient Egypt
  25. Aeneid
  26. Aldous Huxley
  27. Alexander Hamilton
  28. Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  29. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  30. All's Well That Ends Well
  31. Allen Ginsberg
  32. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
  33. Animal Farm
  34. Animals in Literature
  35. Anna Karenina
  36. Anne of Green Gables
  37. Anne Sexton: A Biography
  38. Anthem
  39. Antigone
  40. Antony and Cleopatra
  41. Apology
  42. Araby
  43. Arthur Miller
  44. As You Like It
  45. Babylon Revisited
  46. Barn Burning
  47. Bartleby the Scrivener, A Tale of Wall Street
  48. Because of Winn-Dixie
  49. Beowulf
  50. Biochemistry
  51. Biology
  52. Biology & Culture
  53. Black Beauty
  54. Botany
  55. Brain Storm
  56. Bram Stoker
  57. Brave New World
  58. Brothers Grimm
  59. Business
  60. C.S. Lewis
  61. Candide
  62. Catching Fire
  63. Cells
  64. Charles Baudelaire
  65. Charles Dickens
  66. Charlotte Brontë
  67. Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  68. Chemistry
  69. Chinua Achebe
  70. Civics Education in the Schools
  71. Colonialism
  72. Communications in the Workplace
  73. Coriolanus
  74. Crime and Punishment
  75. Crito
  76. Cymbeline
  77. Cyrano de Bergerac
  78. Daisy Miller
  79. Dante Alighieri
  80. Dante's Inferno
  81. David Foster Wallace
  82. Death and the King's Horseman
  83. Death by Landscape
  84. Death in Nineteenth-Century British Literature
  85. Death of a Salesman
  86. Désirée's Baby
  87. Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night
  88. Doctor Faustus
  89. Dorothy Parker
  90. Dracula
  91. Dylan Thomas
  92. Economic Problems of Developing Areas
  93. Economics: Principles, Problems, and Policies
  94. Edgar Allan Poe
  95. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
  96. Emily Brontë
  97. Emily Dickinson
  98. Emma
  99. English Poetry in the Seventeenth Century
  100. Environmental Education
  101. Equation of a Line
  102. Ernest Hemingway
  103. Ethan Frome
  104. Eveline
  105. Everyday Use
  106. Everyman
  107. Exploring Chemistry
  108. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
  109. F. Scott Fitzgerald
  110. Fahrenheit 451
  111. Falling Man
  112. Faust
  113. Fences
  114. Flannery O'Connor
  115. Frankenstein
  116. Franz Kafka
  117. Freak the Mighty
  118. Frindle
  119. Gabriel García Márquez
  120. Geoffrey Chaucer
  121. George Orwell
  122. Ghosts
  123. Glencoe World History
  124. Global Expansion: Colonialism
  125. Go Set a Watchman
  126. Good Country People
  127. Great Expectations
  128. Greek Mythology
  129. Guide to Literary Terms
  130. Gulliver's Travels
  131. Half-Hanged Mary
  132. Hamlet
  133. Hands
  134. Hard Times
  135. Harper Lee
  136. Harrison Bergeron
  137. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  138. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
  139. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
  140. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  141. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  142. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
  143. Harry Potter novels
  144. Health & Nutrition Studies
  145. Healthcare
  146. Heart of Darkness
  147. Hedda Gabler
  148. Henrik Ibsen
  149. Henry IV, Part I
  150. Henry IV, Part II
  151. Henry V
  152. Henry VI, Part 1
  153. Henry VI, Part 2
  154. Henry VI, Part 3
  155. Henry VIII
  156. Her First Ball
  157. Hills Like White Elephants
  158. History
  159. History Wars
  160. Homer
  161. Hoot
  162. How to Study Macbeth
  163. How to Write a Summary
  164. Howards End
  165. Hunter S. Thompson
  166. I Am the Cheese
  167. If—
  168. Iliad
  169. In Cold Blood
  170. In the Time of the Butterflies
  171. India and Pakistan
  172. Into the Wild
  173. Invisible Man
  174. Isaac Asimov
  175. J. D. Salinger
  176. Jack Kerouac
  177. Jack London
  178. James Joyce
  179. James Thurber
  180. Jane Austen
  181. Jane Eyre
  182. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  183. John Keats
  184. John Milton
  185. John Steinbeck
  186. Johnny Tremain
  187. Jonathan Swift
  188. Joyce Carol Oates
  189. Julius Caesar
  190. Junot Diaz
  191. Katherine Mansfield
  192. Ken Kesey
  193. Khaled Hosseini
  194. King Lear
  195. Kurt Vonnegut
  196. Lamb to the Slaughter
  197. Law and Politics
  198. Leadership & Motivation
  199. Leo Tolstoy
  200. Literature

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