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Scrambled France Quiz – guessing closed

The last few Paris quizzes have been challenging, so I thought I’d make things a little easier this week.  Just unscramble the titles of these classic novels set in France. I chose them because I think you’ll recognize them all!

Just for some extra help here are the authors who wrote them-Camus, Hemingway, Dickens, Hugo, Collette, Dumas, Leroux

I hope that you’ll try your hand at my (mostly) bookish quizzes every week, but it’s okay if you just want to play when the quiz interests you.  If you play you are eligible for a prize at the end of the round.  For all of the details, click here.  Submit your answers in the comment section – I will stop by and hide them throughout the week but try not to copy off anyone else :)   You have til Sunday to guess.

No need to know all the answers, one guess and you’ll be eligible for a prize.  No Googling 🙂

1. IIGG – Gigi by Colette

2. A EALT FO OWT TIIECS – A Tale of Two Cities by Dickens

3. HET HETER EEESTRSKUM – The Three Musketeers by Dmas

4. EEAMMD VRYBOA – Madame Bovary by Flaubert

5. ELS SABLEMISER – Les Miserables by Hugo

6. TEH COTNU FO ONETM SITCRO – The Count of Monte Cristo by Dumas

7. HET BACKHHUNC FO NOTER DEAM – The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Hugo

8. ETH TOMANPH FO HET PRAOE – The Phantom of the Opera by Leroux

9. HET UNS SLOA ISERS – The Sun Also Rises by Hemingway

10. EHT RTSANGRE – The Stranger by Camus

Answers to the last two quizzes (French Actors) (Eiffel Tower)

Don’t forget to enter my giveaway of The Doll by Taylor Stevens here.

France 266For some reason I loved this image.  This was one of our hotels in Paris, the rooms were beautiful. (courtesy of Bookbath)

July 16, 2013 - Posted by | Quizzes |

22 Comments »

  1. 1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    3.The Three Musketeers
    4.Madame Bovary
    5. Les Miserables
    6.The Count of Monte Cristo
    7.The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8.The Phantom of the Opera
    9.The Sun Also Rises
    10. The Stranger

    Comment by Anne | July 16, 2013 | Reply

  2. Let’s see how easy this is!
    1 – Gigi
    2 – A Tale of Two Cities
    3 – The Three Musketeers
    4 – Madame Bovary
    5 – Les Miserables
    6 – The Count of Monte Cristo
    7 – The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8 – The Phantom of the Opera
    9 – The Sun Also Rises
    10 -The Stranger

    By the way, I love the new photo of Gage in the sidebar.

    Comment by BermudaOnion | July 16, 2013 | Reply

    • Gage had a field day in the wet sand 🙂 100 points.

      Comment by stacybuckeye | July 23, 2013 | Reply

  3. 1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    6. The Count of Monte Christo
    7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8. The Phantom of the Opera
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10. The Stranger

    Comment by rhapsodyinbooks | July 16, 2013 | Reply

  4. 1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    3. The Three Musketeers
    4. Madame Bovary (except if this is right, you didn’t list the letters correctly)
    5. Les Miserables
    6. The Count of Monte Cristo
    7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8. The Phantom of the Opera
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10. The Stranger

    Comment by Word Lily | July 16, 2013 | Reply

    • Ack! Why didn’t I read this earlier! You are so right! 101 points 🙂

      Comment by stacybuckeye | July 23, 2013 | Reply

  5. 1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    3. The Three Musketeers
    4. Madame Bovary
    5. Les Miserables
    6. The Count of Monte Cristo
    7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8. The Phantom of the Opera
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10. The Stranger

    Yay! Great quiz, Stacy. Thanks for making it a bit easier this time 😉

    Comment by Heather | July 17, 2013 | Reply

  6. Sorry I missed your earlier quizzes, they looked like fun.

    1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    3.The Three Musketeers
    4. Madam Bovary
    5. Les Miserables
    6. The Count of Monte Cristo
    7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8. The Phantom of the Opera
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10. The Stranger

    Comment by Nise' (Under the Boardwalk) | July 17, 2013 | Reply

  7. 1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    3. The Three Musketeers
    4. Madame Bovary
    5. Les Miserables
    6. The Count of Monte Cristo
    7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8. The Phantom of the Opera
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10. The Stranger

    Easy Peasy! Thanks, Stacy. 🙂

    Comment by thetruebookaddict | July 18, 2013 | Reply

  8. 1.Gigi
    2.A Tale of Two Cities
    3.The Three Musketeers
    4.Madame Bovary
    5.Les Miserables
    6.The Count of Monte Cristo
    7.The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8.
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10.

    Comment by Staci@LifeintheThumb | July 19, 2013 | Reply

  9. I appreciated the reduced brain strain with this fun one Stacy 😉

    1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    3. The Three Musketeers
    4. Madame Bovary
    5. Les Miserables
    6. The Count of Monte Cristo
    7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8. The Phantom of the Opera
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10 The Stranger?

    Comment by Teddyree | July 19, 2013 | Reply

    • I have to give you guys a break sometimes 🙂 100 points.

      Comment by stacybuckeye | July 23, 2013 | Reply

  10. Even I know a few of these and I am NO expert on France. I’m (easily) excited though!

    1. Gigi
    2. A Tale of Two Cities
    5. Les Miserable
    6. The Count of Monte Cristo
    7. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    8. The Phantom of the Opera
    9. The Sun Also Rises
    10. The Stranger (ok, this last one is a guess. I have no idea what book this is but it’s the only word that works).

    Comment by Leslie | July 20, 2013 | Reply

  11. That photo of the stairs IS cool! We had a very nifty and HUGE room when we stayed in Paris. Not sure how exactly the travel agent got it for us – it was more of a sublet apt and it was a block from the Arc on that street I can’t pronounce anymore, the main street…

    Comment by Care | July 22, 2013 | Reply

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