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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119834: English and American litterature
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    1. In 1816, Jane Austen wrote a masterpiece with a deep sensibility.

    2. That was Mary Shelley's first novel in 1818.

    3. In 1847 Charlotte Brontë's masterpiece became the sensation of Victorian England.

    4. Who wrote Wuthering Heights in 1847?

    5. Who wrote The Call of the Wild in 1903?

    6. Who wrote Robinson Crusoe in 1719?

    7. When did Charles Dickens write David Copperfield? In

    8. Who wrote Brave New World?

    9. Who wrote Nineteen Eighty Four?

    10. When did Jonathan Swift write Gulliver's Travels? In









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