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Literature by Letter - V

Identify these literary things that start with the letter V.
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Another word for poetry
Musical instrument played by Sherlock Holmes
What the V stands for in SVO
Author of early sci-fi adventures like "Journey to the Center of the Earth"
Archvillain of the "Harry Potter" series
Thackeray novel that follows the lives of Becky Sharp and Emmy Sedley
Vanity Fair
Jeeve's profession (not actually a butler)
Nom de plume of "Candide" author Fran├žois-Marie Arouet
Italian city where Romeo and Juliet lived
Author of "Slaughterhouse Five" and "Breakfast of Champions"
Collective name for the oldest Hindu scriptures
Vedas, the
In Norse mythology, female figures who choose those who die in battle
The mythical realm where Norse dead were brought by the above
First name of Dr. Frankenstein
Roman poet who wrote the "Aeneid"
Children's book where a stuffed rabbit desires to become a real rabbit
Velveteen Rabbit, the
Medieval writing surface made of calfskin
Spoiled brat who visits a chocolate factory and gets dumped down
a garbage chute by trained squirrels
Veruca Salt
Best-selling novel of 1966 about three women who use pills
Valley of the Dolls
Roses are red, ______ are blue
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(18)
I like these literature quizzes.
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Dec 21, 2016
(67)
Thanks very much!
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Dec 22, 2016
(80)
It was Violet Beauregarde who got turned into a blueberry in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, not Veruca Salt. But at least they both start with V. :)
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Dec 26, 2016
(66)
True
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Dec 27, 2016
D'oh! That was my fault. Fixed the clue.
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Dec 27, 2016
(67)
I always thought it was very strange that Americans think Veruca is a nice name for a person, nearly as bad as calling someone melena.

I guess they must have a different word for the foot wart thing
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Dec 30, 2016
(72)
Who says that "Americans think Veruca is a nice name for a person"? Just because it is the character name in a fairly popular novel/film doesn't mean that everything thinks it's great.

Have a look here: http://www.babynamewizard.com/voyager#prefix=veruca&sw=both&exact=true
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Jan 3, 2017
(66)
I'm pretty sure everyone knows Veruca is a horrible name. And Roald Dahl was British.
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Mar 6, 2017
(65)
Oy. I think many more than 23% know what "SVO" all stand for, but were totally thrown by the context, as I think it's really stretching it to expect we'd make a link to "literature"! How about expanding the clue a bit to make it clear it's talking about sentence structure/diagramming, or at least that it relates to proper grammatical format in writing?
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Dec 28, 2016
(68)
Nope, I've never seen SVO before. I somehow managed to become a writer without learning it.
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Dec 29, 2016
(67)
I googled SVO and got an airport in Russiaand then SVO in literature and the closest thing to literature was social value orientation All I can say is, if google doesn't see it . . .
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Dec 31, 2016
Third result for me is the Wikipedia article:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subject%E2%80%93verb%E2%80%93object

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Jan 1, 2017
(48)
I was surprised to see SVO on this quiz. On a linguistics quiz it would be an apt question, but it does seem out place on a literature quiz.
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Aug 3, 2017
(66)
I agree. Maybe you could show the answer as Subject ____ Object.
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Mar 6, 2017
(60)
Surely you could accept Valkyrie for "Valkyries"?
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Dec 31, 2016
Okay
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Jan 1, 2017
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Securities Valuation Office
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Apr 12, 2017
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Violets are blue, ancient materials, and 2 questions about Norse mythology on a literature quiz? Having trouble coming up with V answers? What about Valjean? Or the manner of creature that Bram Stoker became famous writing about?
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Aug 2, 2017
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The grammar question also seems odd to file under "literature"
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Aug 2, 2017
(24)
Should be Jeeves's or Jeeves', not Jeeve's. [/pedantry]
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Aug 2, 2017
(40)
Please could you accept 'Veda' as well as 'Vedas' - I spent ages on that one. Thanks
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Aug 2, 2017
(61)
Anyone else misread "SVO" and put "Victims" while wondering what it had to do with literature? I have no idea what SVO is, by the way.
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Aug 2, 2017
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Can you accept Valkyre for valkyries? Pretty please :-)
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Aug 2, 2017
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