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Question 1: Edited for many years by veteran journalist ________, it is now under the editorship of Nancy Sladek, and reviews a wide range of published books, including fiction, history and politics.
Harold WilsonMargaret ThatcherAuberon WaughPrivate Eye

Question 2: 2005: ________, Winkler[5] (article)
Giles CorenLondonAnti-Polish sentimentUnited Kingdom

Question 3: The award was originally established by Rhoda Koenig, a literary critic, and ________, then editor of the Literary Review.
Private EyeAuberon WaughHarold WilsonMargaret Thatcher

Question 4: Its offices are on Lexington Street in ________, and it has a circulation of 44,750.
HolbornKnightsbridgeMayfairSoho

Question 5: 2008: Rachel Johnson, Shire Hell; ________, Lifetime Achievement Award
John UpdikeRabbit, RunRabbit at RestJohn Updike bibliography

Question 6: 1998: ________, Charlotte Gray
Devil May Care (novel)The Fatal EnglishmanBirdsong (novel)Sebastian Faulks

Question 7: Each year since 1993, Literary Review presents the annual Bad Sex in Fiction Award to the ________ who produces the worst description of a sex scene in a novel.
AuthorProofreadingEditingCopy (written)

Question 8: 2009: ________, The Kindly Ones
Jonathan LittellEastern Front (World War II)RussiaMoscow

Question 9: Literary Review is a British literary periodical founded in 1979 by Anne Smith, head of the Department of English at ________.
University of BristolUniversity of EdinburghUniversity of CambridgeUniversity of Oxford

Question 10: 1993: ________, A Time to Dance
Ken RussellMelvyn BraggUnited KingdomEngland







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