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Question 1: The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings by ________.
J. R. R. TolkienBeowulf and the CriticsBeowulf: The Monsters and the CriticsJ. R. R. Tolkien's influences

Question 2: The Chronicles of Narnia by ________.
The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeC. S. LewisMere ChristianityThe Great Divorce

Question 3: Harz Mountains in ________), have localized folklore featuring Dwarves.
GermanyNetherlandsPolandGreece

Question 4: The "________" by Markus Heitz (Link not available.
DwarfFairyElfGoblin

Question 5: It usually has magical talents, often involving ________.
Materials scienceMetallurgyArchaeologyMining

Question 6: The form came to wider attention with its use by English philologist ________ in his fantasy novel The Hobbit which features a number of Dwarves with names taken from the Eddaic Dvergatal.
J. R. R. TolkienBeowulf and the CriticsBeowulf: The Monsters and the CriticsJ. R. R. Tolkien's influences

Question 7: An Indo-European root etymology connects *dhwer "to harm, injure" (Sanskrit dhvaras-, a type of mischievous female demons in the ________).
MahabharataPurusha suktaVedasRigveda

Question 8: Taotaomona are spirits of the ancient Chamorro that act as guardians to ________[10].
FicusFicus microcarpaBanyanFicus aurea

Question 9: According to the "Chamorro-English Dictionary" by Donald Topping, Pedro Ogo and Bernadita Dungca, a Duende is a Goblin, ________, ghost or spook in the form of a Dwarf.
ThorElfYuleGermanic paganism

Question 10: The Middle English plural dwerwes would regularly have yielded a Modern English plural dwerrow or dwarrow, but in actual usage the plural was levelled to dwarfs by the ________ period.
Old EnglishThouEarly Modern EnglishEnglish language
















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