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The Walrus and the Carpenter: Quiz

  

Question 1: The Beatles' song "________", written by John Lennon, was partly inspired by this poem.
Hey JudePenny LaneStrawberry Fields ForeverI Am the Walrus

Question 2: The rhyming and rhythmical schema used, as well as some archaisms and syntactical turns, are those of the traditional English ________.
Ballad18th centuryBallad operaEngland

Question 3: The Walrus and the Carpenter are the titular characters in the poem, which is recited by ________ to Alice.
Cheshire CatTweedledum and TweedledeeThrough the Looking-GlassHumpty Dumpty

Question 4: The poem is recited in chapter four, by ________ to Alice.
Cheshire CatThrough the Looking-GlassHumpty DumptyTweedledum and Tweedledee

Question 5: In the 1999 television adaptation, the Walrus and the Carpenter are portrayed by Peter Ustinov and ________ respectively.
Sean BeanAntony SherPete PostlethwaiteJonathan Pryce

Question 6: In the ________ film "Dogma", Loki amusingly presents, to a nun, a shocking interpretation of this poem as an indictment against the major organised religions.
View AskewniverseJay and Silent BobKevin SmithJersey Girl (2004 film)

Question 7: In the 1985 film adaptation, the Walrus and the Carpenter are portrayed by ________ and Louis Nye respectively.
Jack LemmonMarlon BrandoKarl MaldenAcademy Award for Best Supporting Actor

Question 8: In Alice (TV miniseries), a modern adaptation of Through the Looking-Glass aired on ________ in December of 2009, the humans who are kidnapped and kept in Wonderland are referred to as Oysters.
SyfyIVillageNBCMSNBC

Question 9: "The Walrus and the Carpenter" is a narrative poem by ________ that appeared in his book Through the Looking-Glass, published in December 1871.
Alice LiddellLewis CarrollCheshire CatJabberwocky

Question 10: Walrus also appears at the ________ as a meetable character, although this character makes very rare appearances.
Walt Disney Parks and ResortsDisneyland ResortWalt Disney ImagineeringPaul Pressler
















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