• First Paper
  • SecondCotton
  • ThirdLeather
  • FourthLinen
  • FifthWood
  • Sixth Iron
  • SeventhCopper
  • EighthBronze
  • Ninth Pottery
  • TenthTin
  • EleventhSteel
  • Twelfth Silk
  • ThirteenthLace
  • FourteenthIvory
  • FifteenthCrystal
  • Twentieth China
  • Twenty-fifthSilver
  • Thirtieth Pearls
  • Thirty-fifth Coral
  • Fortieth Rubies
  • Forty-fifth Sapphires
  • FiftiethGold
  • SixtiethDiamonds
  • Seventy-fifthPlatinum

  • Beatles’ hometownLiverpool
  • Beatles’ original nameuarrymen
  • Original drummerete Best
  • The ‘Fifth Beatle’tu Sutcliff
  • Beatles’ managerBrian Epstien
  • Ringo Starr’s real nameichard Starkey
  • Paul Mc Cartney’s first wifeinda Eastman
  • Paul McCartney’s second wifeHeather Mills
  • Paul McCartney’s third wifeNancy Shevell
  • John Lennon’s first wifeCynthia Powell
  • John Lennon’s second wifeoko Ono
  • John’s son by CynthiaJulian Lennon
  • John’s son by Yokoean Lennon
  • Youngest BeatleGeorge Harrison
  • Oldest Beatleingo Starr
  • India Guru who associated with the BeatlesMaharishi Yogi
  • Date Beatles first appeared on Ed Sullivan Show February 9, 1964
  • First song they sang on Ed SullivanI Want to Hold Your Hand
  • Beatles’ first U.S. #1 hit Want to Hold Your Hand
  • Beatles’ last #1 hitong and Winding Road
  • Total number of #1 hits20
  • First albumMeet the Beatles
  • Only double albumThe White Album
  • Working title of Yesterdaycrambled Eggs
  • Site of last concertandlestick Park, San Francisco

  • An Outcast of the Islands
  • The Nigger of the ‘Narcissus’
  • Heart of Darkness (The basis for the film Apocalypse Now)
  • Lord Jim
  • The Inheritors (with Ford Madox Ford)
  • Typhoon
  • Romance (with Ford Madox Ford)
  • Nostromo
  • The Secret Agent
  • Under Western Eyes
  • Chance
  • Victory
  • The Shadow Line
  • The Arrow of Gold
  • The Rescue
  • The Nature of a Crime (with Ford Madox Ford)
  • The Rover
  • Suspense: A Napoleonic Novel (unfinished and published posthumously)

  • NicknameBoz

Notable works:

  • The Pickwick Papers
  • Oliver Twist
  • A Christmas Carol
  • David Copperfield
  • Bleak House
  • Hard Times
  • A Tale of Two Cities
  • Great Expectations
  • The Old Curiosity Shop
  • Our Mutual Friend (last completed novel)
  • The Mystery of Edwin Drood (unfinished)

This Side of Paradise (1920)

The Beautiful and the Damned (1922)

The Great Gatsby (1925)

Tender is the Night (1934)

The Last Tycoon (published posthumously, 1941)

  • Fitzgerald’s wifeZelda
  • 1959 biographical novelBeloved Infidel
  • Term coined by Fitzgerald to describe the 1920sThe Jazz Age
  • Fitzgerald was named after this distant cousinrancis Scott Key
  • He portrayed Jay Gatsby in 1974 filmobert Redford
  • She portrayed Daisy Buchanan in 1974 filmMia Farrow

  • Arthur’s fatherUther Pendragon
  • Arthur’s wizarderlin
  • Arthur’s wifeuinevere
  • Arthur’s swordExcalibur
  • Island where Excalibur was forgedvalon
  • She gave Excalibur to ArthurLady of the Lake
  • Arthur’s trusted knightancelot
  • Arthur’s comradsnights of the Round Table
  • Sorceress in the Arthurian legendorgan le Fay
  • Thomas Malory book of King Arthurorte D’Arthur, Le

  • Japanese warrior knightsamurai
  • King Arthur’s knightsKnights of the Round Table
  • Crusader knights of the Temple of SolomanKnights Templar
  • German medieval military orderTeutonic Knights
  • Knights of the Order of St. Johnospitallers (aka Knights of Malta)
  • English highest order of chivalryOrder of the Garter
  • Knights gloveGauntlet
  • Armour consisting of small metal rings linked togetherhain mail

  • Leaving Cheyenne
  • The Last Picture Show (adapted into a film)
  • Terms of Endearment (adapted into a film)
  • Cadillac Jack
  • Desert Rose
  • Lonesome Dove (Pulitzer Prize)
  • Texasville (adapted into a film)
  • The Murder of Mary Phagan (TV story)
  • Buffalo Girls (TV movie)
  • Montana (TV movie)
  • The Evening Star (begun in Terms of Endearment)
  • Memphis (TV movie)
  • Streets of Laredo (in the Lonesome Dove series)
  • Dead Man’s Walk (in the Lonesome Dove series)
  • Comanche Moon (in the Lonesome Dove series)
  • Johnson County War (TV mini-series)
  • Brokeback Mountain (with Diana Ossana, Oscar-winning screenplay)

  • BirthplaceHarlem
  • Attended this UniversityUniversity of Michigan
  • Second wifearilyn Monroe
  • Notable workseath of a Salesman (Pulitzer & Tony Awards)
  • Notable worksn Enemy of the People
  • Notable workshe Crucible
  • Notable worksA View from the Bridge
  • Notable worksAfter the Fall
  • Notable worksThe Misfits

  • Patterson detectiveAlex Cross
  • He portrayed Alex Cross in two moviesMorgan Freeman

Notable works of James Patterson

Kiss the Girls

Miracle on the 17th Green

Along Came a Spider

Jack and Jill

Roses are Red

First to Die

Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas

  • Year of Elvis’ birth1935 (January 8)
  • Year of Elvis’ death1977 (August 16)
  • Age at death42 years
  • Elvis’ birthplaceTupulo, Mississippi
  • His mother’s nameGladys
  • His wifePriscilla Presley
  • His daughterLisa Marie
  • ManagerColonel Tom Parker
  • Memphis estateGraceland
  • First #1 hitHeartbreak Hotel
  • Last #1 hitSuspicious Minds
  • Number of #1 singles18
  • Number of movies he made33 (including two theatricial preformances)
  • Number of gold and platinum hit singles51
  • Elvis resting placeraceland

  • Guitar and vocalsKeith Richards
  • Lead vocalistMick Jagger
  • Bass (retired)Bill Wyamn
  • Gutar and harmonica, d. 1969Brian Jones
  • DrummerCharlie Watts
  • Guitar (since 1975)Ronnie Wood
  • Year band came together1962
  • Date of first appearance on Ed Sullivan ShowOctober 26, 1964
  • First albumThe Rolling Stones
  • Mick Jagger’s wife, 1971-78Bianca Jagger (‘Brown Sugar’)
  • Mick Jagger’s wife, 1990-99Jerry Hall
  • Rolling Stones #1 hits(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction : Get Off Of My Cloud; Paint It, Black; Ruby Tuesday; Honky Tonk Women;
    Brown Sugar; Angie; Miss You

  • AuthorHarper Lee
  • Defence lawyerAtticus Finch
  • Atticus’s daughterScout Finch
  • DefendantBoo Radley
  • He portrarey Atticus FinceGregory Peck
  • He portrayed Boo RadleyRobert Duvall
  • Harper Lee’s hometown friendTruman Capote

Green Eggs and Ham

The Cat in the Hat

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish

Horton Hears a Who!

How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

The Lorax

  • Dr. Seuss’s real nameTheodore Geisel
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas! narriatorBoris Karloff

  • BirthplaceColumbus, Mississippi
  • Major playsCat on a Hot Tin Roof (Pulitzer)
  • Major playsThe Glass Menagerie
  • Major playsThe Rose Tattoo (Tony Award)
  • Major playsAstreetcar Named Desire (Pulitzer)
  • Major playsSuddenly Last Summer
  • Major playsnight of the Iguana
  • Major playsOrpheus Descending
  • Major playsSweet Bird of youth
  • NovelThe Roman spring of Mrs. Stone
  • AwardPresidental Medal of Freedom
  • Close friend and A Streetcar Named Desire DirectorElia Kazan