Quizzing your Romance Awareness

Sharon Lathan

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga, a ten-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

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Lúthien84

Well, I don’t know some of the answers so it’ll will be a wild guess

A. 2
B. 4
C. 2
D. 3?
E. 1
F. 2
G. 1/4

For H-J, I really have no idea what the answers are. Sorry

kathy e

A. Heathcliff
B. Wuthering heights
c. The Thorn Birds
D. Cleopatra
E. 1936
F. Casanova (We also say “he was a real Don Jaun”)
G. Capulet
H Love Story
I. Lucy and Desi
J. Barbie and Ken

Wendy Roberts

A. Heathcliff
B. Wuthering Heights
C. The Thorn Birds
D. Cleopatra
E. 1936
F. Casanova (I was torn between him and Don Juan)
G. Capulet
H. Love Story
I. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz
J. Barbie and Ken (LOL I remember the controversy)

Jennifer

A2, B4, C2, D3, E?, F2, G4, H1 (which is why half the girls my classes in school had my name), I2, J1 🙂

Vee

A. Heathcliff
B. Wuthering Heights
C. The Thorn birds
D. Cleopatra
E. 1940 (a total guess)
F. Casanova (I bet he was tame compared to our society now)
G. Montague (another guess)
H. Love Story (cried so hard)
I. I’ll say Wagner and Wood?
J. Donald and Ivana

I have made quite a few guesses so not sure how I went. Thanks for the fun quiz Sharon!

Sagan

A. Heathcliff
B. Wuthering Heights
C. The Thornbirds ( love this book)
D. Cleopatra
E. 1936
F. Casanova
G. Capulet
H. Love Story
I. Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz
J. Barbie & Ken (crazy)

Love the questions fun trying to remember and looking some of it up.

Debie Tucker

A. Heathcliff
B. Wuthering Heights
C. The Thorn Birds
D. Cleopatra
E. 1936
F. Casanova and Don Juan were both known for this, although Casanova was a real person, and Don Juan was, perhaps, imaginary. Because he was a known person, I choose Casanova.
G. Capulet
H. Love Story ( sniff, sniff )
I. DesiLu Productions
J. Ken and Barbie
Good morning, Sharon!

This little exercise down the lane of ‘Romance’ was quite a treat! I remember so many of these movies/people, and their stories, while growing up in the 50’s-70’s; however, the saddest real-life story was, of course, the unfulfilled, and extremely anguished lives of Elizabeth and Richard. The heart wrenching movie, Love Story, is next in the line of deliciously sad movies, made for the screen, produced when I was yet a youngster. I still watch ‘ I love Lucy’ on YOutube, and, while I had several Barbies, originating when I was in grade school, I never owned a ‘Ken Doll’, in the flesh, or otherwise.

Thanks for the great diversion on this rainy, jungle morning, in Belize C A .

Debie

Clorinda

I can’t wait to read A Season of Courtship. .. I’m addicted to everything P&P related and I am quickly becoming a fan of your writing. So glad I found the Austen Authors website and, through the site, your blog. I’m thoroughly enjoying everything I’ve read so far.

Clorinda

Oooooop, I forgot to leave my answers:

A. Heathcliff
B. Wuthering Heights
C. The Thornbirds (I remember falling in love Bryon Brown)
D. Cleopatra (she cheated on Eddie Fisher)
E. 1936
F.

Clorinda

Continued: I don’t know how that happened. … I’m going to take this tablet and chuck it out of the window (for the record, I hate touch screens).

F. I always remember my mom saying Rudolph Valentino was considered the greatest lover of all time, but I am going to have to go with Casanova (although in my personal opinion, the character Valmont gets my vote 🙂 )
G. Capulet
H. Love Story
I. Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz
J. Barbie & Ken

Emily Myers

A. Heathcliff
B. Wuthering Heights
C. The Thornbirds
D. Cleopatra
E. 1936
F. Don Juan
G. Capulet
H. Love Story
I. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz
J. Barbie and Ken

Thanks for the fun contest! 🙂

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