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Jul 19, 2005 3:33 am


What Book Are You? ...




You're Alice's Adventures in Wonderland!
by Lewis Carroll
After stumbling down the wrong turn in life, you've had your mind opened to a number of strange and curious things. As life grows curiouser and curiouser, you have to ask yourself what's real and what's the picture of illusion. Little is coming to your aid in discerning fantasy from fact, but the line between them is so blurry that it's starting not to matter. Be careful around rabbit holes and those who smile too much, and just avoid hat shops altogether.
Take the Book Quiz at the Blue Pyramid.

Answer only six questions and they'll tell you which of 64 rabbit holes you dropped into. Thanks to Brad Johnson at The Weblog for the tip.

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Ralph E. Luker - 7/25/2005

Jonathan, I would have guessed that you would be Zinn's _A People's History_. There is still time to repent of it.


Jonathan Rees - 7/25/2005

I'm the People's History of the United States!!! While this pleases me Ralph, I have to admit I would have rather have been Alice in Wonderland.

JR


Anne Zook - 7/24/2005

I had Watership Down in first place.


Julie A Hofmann - 7/19/2005

I am Rawls, A Theory of Justice. Go figure.


Jonathan Dresner - 7/19/2005

I'm quite intrigued by the frequency with which Watership Down comes in second. It's one of my very favorite novels, and I'm a bit disheartened to realize that I have no chance of ever being it.


Ralph E. Luker - 7/19/2005

See: Book Quiz Results. It's a little surprising that we didn't come out as Guns of August. I have no comment about the inclusion of Zinn's A People's History as one of the 64 results.


Ralph E. Luker - 7/19/2005

You can assume that I was fairly happy with being Alice's Adventures in Wonderland or I wouldn't have posted it here at Cliopatria. The only other novel I might have preferred to be would be The Name of the Rose. I'm not sure that it was an option and, the two books are so different, I don't know what personality transplant would be necessary to get from being the one to being the other.


Jonathan Dresner - 7/19/2005

Though if I am feeling young, I can be Catch-22. I'd rather be Miserables.


Manan Ahmed - 7/19/2005

"Though you are very short and often overshadowed, your voice is poetic and lyrical. Dark and brooding, you see the world as a hopeless effort of people trying to impress other people. Though you make reference to almost everything, you've really heard enough about Michelangelo. You measure out your life with coffee spoons."

Um. Ok. 'cuz I drink tea?