Literature by Letter - F

Identify these literary things that start with the letter F.
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Last updated: January 5, 2017
First submittedOctober 27, 2016
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Author of "The Great Gatsby"
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Literary device of hinting about future events
Foreshadowing
Relative of Bilbo who took a ring into Mordor
Frodo
Type of story famously told by Aesop
Fable
Ray Bradbury novel about book-burning
Fahrenheit 451
Magical transportation device used by Aladdin
Flying Carpet
In Greek mythology, Jason sought this golden item
Fleece
Last name of Atticus, Jem, and Scout
Finch
The first rule is, don't talk about this novel by Chuck Palahniuk
Fight Club
Ghost ship that can never make port; seeing it is a bad omen
Flying Dutchman
John Green book about teens with cancer who fall in love
Fault in Our Stars, The
Mary Shelley book about a mad scientist who created a monster
Frankenstein
Literature genre possibly featuring elves and magic
Fantasy
Goethe character who sold his soul for unlimited knowledge
Faust
Sequel to "The Barber of Seville"
The Marriage of Figaro
Literary device of leaping back to describe earlier events
Flashback
Hemingway book about WWI
A Farewell to Arms
Author of "Bridget Jones's Diary"
Helen Fielding
Term for an Islamic ruling. Ayatollah Khomeini issued one calling for the
death of author Salman Rushdie
Fatwa
Novel about a man given super intelligence through surgery
Flowers for Algernon
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Level 90
Dec 16, 2016
Really enjoying this series. There's a typo - Finch not Fitch!
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Level 74
Dec 16, 2016
Yeah, I kept second guessing myself on that question.
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Level ∞
Dec 17, 2016
Fixed! That was my fault.
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Level 73
Dec 16, 2016
As above: Finch, not Fitch. Also, A Farewell To Arms is an account of the Spanish civil war, not WW1. Excellent quizzes, though - really enjoying them.
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Level 72
Dec 17, 2016
Atticus et al's family name is definitely Finch, but "For Whom the Bell Tolls" is indeed about WWI. Are you sure you're not thinking of the reporting he did during the Spanish Civil War? I think he was involved in a documentary too, and maybe a play? I do know he started getting really into bullfighting in Spain, and he wrote "Death in the Afternoon" while there.
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Level 73
Dec 17, 2016
My mistake. I apologise. Ironically, you said For Whom the Bell Tolls, which is the Spanish civil war account I was thinking of!
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Level 82
Dec 17, 2016
Kept trying to come up with a word with F that would mean carpet.
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Level 78
Mar 22, 2017
I was stuck on magic carpet for a long time, then it finally came to me.
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Level 60
Aug 11, 2017
Glad to see I'm not the only one.
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Level 77
Dec 17, 2016
But is the monster Dr Frankenstein or his unnamed creature?
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Level ∞
Dec 17, 2016
Classic blunder! Now fixed.
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Level 72
Dec 22, 2016
The monster was the doctor all along...
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Level 89
Jan 3, 2017
Or was it that the Doctor was the Monster all along?
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Level 76
Dec 20, 2016
Wonderful quiz!
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Level 89
Jan 3, 2017
TFIOS author is John Green, not Greene.
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Level 69
Mar 22, 2017
Flashforward for foreshadowing?
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Level 82
Dec 15, 2018
Not the same thing.
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Level 62
Mar 22, 2017
For the Ray Bradbury book, I typed "Fahrenheit" then spent like 90 seconds trying to remember the number before I looked back at the screen and realized it already gave me credit. Good lookin' out, quiz!
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Level 71
Feb 14, 2018
Lol, I was the opposite: I was 98% certain the number was 451, but I couldn't remember where the Hs went in the word fahrenheit so I kept rewriting the whole thing. I was thinking maybe I had the number wrong when apparently stumbled on the right spelling of "fahrenheit", which I had apparently not tried yet X-D
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Level 54
Mar 22, 2017
Just a small thing, but I believe it's 'Fahrenheit-451' with a dash.
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Level 43
Mar 22, 2017
its Dr Faustus not Faust
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Level 66
Dec 14, 2020
Nope. Dr Faustus was the character in the play by Christopher Marlowe. Goethe's character is called Faust.
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Level 76
Mar 22, 2017
What about Fairy Story/Tale for "Elves & magic"?
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Level 67
Mar 22, 2017
I feel like the fatwa one really isn't a good fit for this quiz. Its connection to literature is REALLY tenuous. Just because one was issued once, calling for the death of an author, doesn't really make it a literature thing in my opinion. But then I'm not the quizmaker I suppose.
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Level 67
Apr 8, 2019
Yea it doesnt belong in a literary quiz imo (unless ofcourse it is about a book written in the subject for instance).

otherwise you could use jack because he got thrown a book at him. Or table, if someone uses it to stabalize it if one leg is shorter.

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Level 67
Apr 8, 2019
Besides the above. Nice series. Quite tough for me sometimes but most are not too obscure imo
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Level 84
Mar 22, 2017
Thank goodness there's no Fifty Shades of Grey.
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Level 65
Mar 24, 2017
Ha! Why would there be? It's a quiz about literature ;-)
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Level 71
Feb 14, 2018
You took the words from my mouth :).
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Level 43
Apr 19, 2017
Can fairwell be accepted as farewell?
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Level 54
Mar 30, 2018
Why?
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Level 74
Sep 25, 2020
Literature genre possibly featuring elves and magic -- Fairy Tale?