Test your knowledge in reading and literature with these books of tests and quizzes. Find tips and tricks for successfully taking tests for your literature class. Or, just browse through these books to find out just how much you know about literature from around the world. Read on.
by Louis Decimus Rubin. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill. This book is the perfect resource for the booklover and bibliomaniac. Test your knowledge on characters, writers, and writing with these 69 quizzes.
by Tina Walton. Princeton Review. "Cracking the Virginia SOL EOC English" offers tips and tricks for passing the test, but also contains discussions about the elements of literature, terms, literary movements, and more.
by Thomas Delise. Career Press. Whether you're a teacher, student, or just a fan of Shakespeare's works, the 2,000 questions in this book will help you learn more about Shakespeare: his life, works, and his place in literary history. With quotes and plot descriptions, you'll learn to identify the plays and poem. You'll also learn about the world of Shakespearean film and theatre; and find puzzles, word searches, etc.
by Kathleen Kaska. Carol Publishing Group. This book features 1,001 questions about the Agatha Christie: her life, works, movies, and more. Test your knowledge about this famous mystery writer.
by Allan Casson. John Wiley & Sons. This book includes test-taking strategies, reviews, exercises of key concepts, and self-assessment tests.
by Doug McMullen, Jr. Random House. The GRE Literature Test is one of the most formidable obstacles that many literature students will encounter. This book offers brief summaries of major literary works and figures, along with literary terms, verse forms, and schools of criticism.