CultureNL Libraries Great Bookish Menu - Banned Books
Welcome to the CultureNL Libraries Great Bookish Menu quiz on our theme 'Read a Work of Fiction That's Been Banned in the Past'. Test your knowledge and get some reading suggestions at the same time. Most of all have fun.

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Are you ready to take the quiz? Let's get started. Only exact correct answers will score a point so check that spelling.
'Four legs good, two legs bad' is the famous slogan originating in which previously-banned novel by George Orwell?
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Which classic 1929 novel by Erich Maria Remarque was banned in Germany due to its harrowing depiction of the First World War from a German perspective?
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The central character Guy Montag works as a 'Fireman' in which seminal and often-banned science fiction novel by Ray Bradbury?
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Malcolm McDowell played the main protagonist Alex in the 1971 film adaptation of Anthony Burgess' class novel 'A Clockwork Orange' - who famously directed and later banned the movie?
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The novel 'Doctor Zhivago' was forbidden publication in the USSR because of its portrayal of the Russian Revolution - who was the author of this work?
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Dan Brown's blockbuster 2003 novel 'The Da Vinci Code' was banned in several countries due to its controversial themes. Which actor played the central character Robert Langdon in the 2006 film adaptation of the book?
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The 2019 book 'The Testaments' was the long-awaited sequel to which previously banned 1985 classic dystopian novel?
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Which banned 1922 work by James Joyce follows the central character Leopold Bloom in a series of seemingly unstructured and chaotic encounters?
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Holden Caulfield became an icon of teenage angst & rebellion after featuring as the main protagonist in which 1951 novel by JD Salinger?
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True or False - 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' by L. Frank Baum was once banned by some public libraries in America as it had 'no value for children of today'?
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