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Literature is often well-manned

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Novels, stories, poems, plays - all well-manned. Simply match the literary titles with their authors.

You pass with 11 correct answers (a simple majority) and earn an A with 15 right. Answers are at bottom.The literary works:

1. "The Best Man"

2. "The Death of the Hired Man"

3. "The Illustrated Man"

4. "The Invisible Man"

5. "The Laughing Man"

6. "The Man"

7. "Man and Superman"

8. "A Man for All Seasons"

9. "The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit"

10. "The Man in the Iron Mask"

11. "The Man of Mode"

12. "The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg"

13. "The Man Who Came to Dinner"

14. "The Man Who Would Be King"

15. "Man With the Blue Guitar"

16. "The Man With the Golden Arm"

17. "The Man With the Hoe"

18. "The Man Without a Country"

19. "The Old Man and the Sea"

20. "The Tenth Man"

Their authors:

a. Nelson Algren

b. Robert Bolt

c. Ray Bradbury

d. Paddy Chayefsky

e. Alexander Dumas

f. George Etheredge

g. Robert Frost

h. Edward Everett Hale

i. Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman

j. Ernest Hemingway

k. Rudyard Kipling

l. Edwin Markham

m. J.D. Salinger

n. George Bernard Shaw

o. Wallace Stevens

p. Mark Twain

q. Gore Vidal

r. Irving Wallace

s. H.G. Wells

t. Sloan Wilson

Answers: 1-q; 2-g; 3-c; 4-s; 5-m; 6-r; 7-n; 8-b; 9-t; 10-e; 11-f; 12-p; 13-i; 14-k; 15-o; 16-a; 17-l; 18-h; 19-j; 20-d