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War and Peace

War and Peace


by Leo Tolstoy

War and Peace: A Very Long Story Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around War and Peace? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. You are a poor writer in the 19th century. What are you wearing?

Brooks Brothers suit
Hermes tie
Wool underwear
Silk jammies
Q. Who was a member of Tolstoy's family?

Q. What was Tolstoy's method?

Made stuff up
Read lots of books
Traveled to battlefields
Searched on Google
Q. Tolstoy was an embedded journalist during which war?

Spanish American
Iraq 2
Spanish Civil
Q. With which statement would Tolstoy agree?

The dudes in charge should get all the credit
Napoleon rocked
The little guys are the ones who change history
The littlest guy (Napoleon) was solely responsible for his defeat
Q. Which of the following is true about War and Peace?

It is long.
It covers almost everything.
If you only read one book, this could be it.
All of these comments could be true.
Q. Which is not part of this novel?

Zen Buddhism
Q. What time period are we in?

Q. What is going on in the United States during Napoleon's Russian campaign?

American Revolution
War of 1812
Roaring Twenties
Q. Which falls into the "peace' category of the novel?

Military campaigns
Poopie diapers