The end of The Lady or the Tiger is not revealed.
It is not revealed.
- What was the last work of Herman Melville published in his lifetime? The satire of America, called The Confidence Man, was the last work of Herman Melville published in his lifetime. It was published in 1857 to little public notice. Melville died in 1891.
- How did the phrase Upside Down develop? The phrase upside down was believed to be an early form of upsedown or up so down. The phrase came into popularity during the Elizabethan Age.
- Did Barbara Hershey ever change her name to “Seagull”? Yes, Barbara Hershey changed her name to "Seagull". In 1972, at age 24, she officially changed her name to Barbara Seagull. She has since gone back to using the name "Hershey."
- Who was Robin in Robin and the Seven Hoods (1964)? Robbo, the character "inspired" by Robin Hood, was played by Frank Sinatra. Among the hoods were Dean Martin as Little John and Sammy Davis, Jr., as Will.
- Who said, “The problems of the world are not my department. I’m a saloon keeper”? Rick (Humphrey Bogart) in Casablanca (1942) said, "The problems of the world are not my department. I'm a saloon keeper".
- How many newspapers did William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951) own? The man who had been expelled from Harvard, William Randolph Hearst, bought or started 42 newspapers. Only a handful remained by the time of his death in 1951.