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Question 1:
Where does Fairy come from?
Western Mediterranean Region
Northwest Russia and Western Siberia
Western European
European Countries

Question 2: ________ shows Thomas escaping with less difficulty, but he spends seven years in Elfland[62].
Thomas the RhymerTam LinDiana Wynne JonesFairy

Question 3: [79] ________ described these tales as taking place in the land of Faerie.
The HobbitJ. R. R. Tolkien's influencesBeowulf: The Monsters and the CriticsJ. R. R. Tolkien

Question 4: In Newfoundland folklore, the most popular type of fairy protection is bread, varying from stale bread to ________ or a slice of fresh home-made bread.
Cracker (food)HardtackButterBiscuit

Question 5: One common theme found among the ________ describes a race of diminutive people who had been driven into hiding by invading humans.
Pan-CelticismModern CeltsCeltic languagesCeltic nations

Question 6: [23] This may explain the tradition that they had to pay a "teind" or ________ to Hell.
Charitable organizationAlmsAltruismTithe

Question 7: Fairies appear as significant characters in ________'s A Midsummer's Night Dream, which is set simultaneously in the woodland, and in the realm of Fairyland, under the light of the moon.
Shakespeare authorship questionWilliam ShakespeareShakespeare's lifeHamlet

Question 8: In many legends, the fairies are prone to kidnapping humans, either as babies, leaving ________ in their place, or as young men and women.

Question 9: Many of the Irish tales of the Tuatha Dé Danann refer to these beings as fairies, though in more ancient times they were regarded as ________ and Gods.
Feminist theologyDeityGoddessPolytheism

Question 10: Academic discussion on ________'s In Our Time, May 11, 2006 (streaming and podcast)
BBC World ServiceBBC Radio 4BBC Radio ScotlandBBC Radio 1


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