Sunday, January 22, 2017

Can You Identify A Writer By Reading One Random Paragraph?

Can You Identify A Writer By Reading One Random Paragraph?

7 comments:

Mike Keyton said...
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Deb said...

11 out of 15--mostly guesses. I'd have done better with random passages from Henry James, Anthony Trollope, or Thomas Hardy.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Considering how few of them I've read, getting 9 of 15 isn't that bad.

Bill Crider said...

I got 12. A few lucky guesses.

Don Coffin said...

10/15, only one of which was from a book I have actually read (the Hemingway). So far, we're all either lucky or very good guessers. But if this had been from random mystery novels...

James Reasoner said...

6 out of 15, and most of those were guesses. But I'll bet whoever put that quiz together couldn't recognize Ed Earl Repp's work!

Rick Robinson said...

Nope, not unless it's a Sheriff Dan Rhodes book by Bill Crider.