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Question 1:
When was the Spinster?
1992-10-19
January 2010
11th century
1992-10-16

Question 2: ________ specialized in playing spinsters in the 1950s such as Rosie in The African Queen (1951), Jane Hudson in Summertime (1955), and Lizzie in The Rainmaker (1956).
Katharine Hepburn filmographyAcademy Award for Best ActressKatharine HepburnIngrid Bergman

Question 3: Efforts of First Wave feminists such as ________ and her support of the free love movement in the 19th century were largely unsuccessful in improving the social standing of women who had never married.
Democratic Party (United States)United StatesElizabeth Cady StantonVictoria Woodhull

Question 4: Until the advent of ________, spinsterhood was generally portrayed as a condition to be pitied or mocked.
FeminismWomen's rightsGender equalityWomen's suffrage

Question 5: The Bob Dylan song "The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll" tells the true story of a murder at a Spinsters' Ball in ________ in 1963.
Rockville, MarylandAnnapolis, MarylandMarylandBaltimore

Question 6: Patty and Selma Bouvier (sisters of ________) live in Spinster City Apartments in The Simpsons.
Marge SimpsonHomer SimpsonLisa SimpsonBart Simpson

Question 7: By the time of the ________, "ape leader" had become a slang term for "old maid".
Mary ShelleyGeorgian eraBritish RegencyRobert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

Question 8: She played another spinster named Charlotte in ________ (1964).
Attack (1956 film)The Big KnifeHush… Hush, Sweet CharlotteWhat Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (film)

Question 9: ________ often refers to herself as a spinster in the film Bridget Jones' Diary.
Colin FirthPride and Prejudice (1995 TV serial)Bridget JonesBridget Jones's Diary

Question 10: Susan Boyle, a talented ________ contestant has been referred to as a spinster throughout the competition.
Shaheen JafargholiPaul PottsBritain's Got TalentSimon Cowell







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