Wednesday, 17 August 2011

The Wednesday Quiz II.III: Autobiographical

Featured below are the aurobiographies of some prominent persons. Your task this week is simply to give the titles of the works without resorting to looking them up. It's a bit different from the last few weeks because Leaflocker management has received complaints on the lack of variety. That's the way to get things done around here, complain. It works on other blogs too.
Without further ado, let's get on with it.











Last week's results should be up around abouts now as well.


moonlighter said...

Oh dear, I obviously don't read the right books...2/10 and the rest are wild guesses.
1. Mein Kampf
2. Hope Unshaken
3. Silly Hats and Meaningful Nonsense
4. Surprised by Joy
5. Beyond James Bond
6. My Chains Fell Off
7. Winning isn't Everything (Really)
8. Mystique with no Manners
9. One Man and a Nation
10. Strong Woman, Tough Times

Joanna said...

Mein Kampf
From prison to president
Full Marx
Sneaky religious education
I am James Bond
I pity the fool
The Don
On writing

UnwiseOwl said...

1. Mein Kampf, everyone knows Mein Kampf
2. Long Walk to Freedom (well worth the read)
3. Harpo Speaks ('cause he was the mute one, get it?)
4. Surprised by Joy
5. My Word is My Bond (aren't punny titles FUN?)
6. Tricked you, it's self-titled. Mr T
7. Open (clever double meaning, there, Andre)
8. Songs My Mother Taught Me
9. My Experiments with Truth
10. The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (in which Ms. Stein tells of her own life through the eyes of someone else).
Which means that the mysterious Moonlighter is our winner for this week, with 2/10, although there were some amusing attempts all round. See you next time.

Michael5000 said...

1 of 10 for me.