Many authors write sequels: books that follow on from an earlier work that they have written. Can you answer these questions about sequels? Need help? Use Credo Reference.
- “But Gentlemen Marry Brunettes” was the sequel to which novel by Anita Loos?
- Erica Jong’s “How to Save Your Own Life” (1977) was a sequel to her first novel. What was that novel’s title?
- What was the title of the trilogy of fantasy novels written by J. R. R. Tolkien as a sequel to “The Hobbit”?
- Who wrote the 1988 novel “Difficulties with Girls” as a sequel to his 1960 novel “Take a Girl like You”?
- What was the title of the 1931 children’s book that Arthur Ransome wrote as a sequel to “Swallows and Amazons”?
- “2010: Odyssey Two” was the 1982 sequel to which 1968 science-fiction novel by Arthur C. Clarke?
- What was the title of the 1861 sequel to Thomas Hughes’ “Tom Brown’s Schooldays”?
- “Songs of Enchantment” (1993) was the sequel to Ben Okri’s third novel (which won the Booker Prize). What was that novel called?
- What was the title of the 1909 sequel to L. M. Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables”?
- The sequel to Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” is usually called “Through the Looking-Glass” but it actually had five more words in the title. What was the book’s full title?Find the answers here.