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Question 1: Max Beerbohm Collection at the Harry Ransom Center at the ________
University of FloridaTexas A&M UniversityTexas Tech UniversityUniversity of Texas at Austin

Question 2: [6] Though he was an unenthusiastic student academically, Beerbohm became a well-known figure in ________ social circles.
PortsmouthSouthamptonOxfordBrighton and Hove

Question 3: Taylor collection, Princeton University Library; the Houghton Library, ________; and the privately owned Mark Samuels Lasner collection.
Harvard CrimsonHarvard UniversityRutgers UniversityBrown University

Question 4: Having been interviewed by ________ himself, in 1898 he followed Shaw as drama critic for the Saturday Review,[7] on whose staff he remained until 1910.
George Bernard ShawH. G. WellsRudyard KiplingPygmalion (play)

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Club Types published in Strand Magazine Volume 4, 1892
  Max Beerbohm, self-caricature (1897)
  Beerbohm's ashes are interred under the tile marked 'MB'

Question 6: His A Defence of Cosmetics (The Pervasion of Rouge) appeared in the first edition of The Yellow Book in 1894, his friend ________ being art editor at the time.
DecadenceEdward Burne-JonesAubrey BeardsleySymbolism (arts)

Question 7: The drama followed ________'s life from the time of Oscar Wilde’s arrest in April 1895, which resulted in Beardsley losing his position at The Yellow Book, to his death from tuberculosis in 1898.
Aubrey BeardsleyDecadenceEdward Burne-JonesSymbolism (arts)

Question 8: In 1893 he became acquainted with William Rothenstein, who introduced him to ________ and other members of the literary and artistic circle connected with The Bodley Head.
Edward Burne-JonesSymbolism (arts)Aubrey BeardsleyDecadence

Question 9: Lytton Strachey (1943) ________
Thomas Henry HuxleyGeorge Biddell AiryRede LectureSir George Stokes, 1st Baronet

Question 10: In the ________ 1982 Playhouse drama Aubrey, written by John Selwyn Gilbert, Beerbohm was portrayed by actor Alex Norton.
Raidió Teilifís ÉireannTG4Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationBBC
















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