Alice Walker’s novel The Color Purple is comprised of letters from a black Southern woman named Celie to God, her sister, Nettie, and a missionary in Africa, and of Nettie’s letters to Celie.
- Which Clint Eastwood movies featured an orangutan? Every Which Way But Loose (1978) and Any Which Way You Can (1980) featured an orangutan. The orangutan's name was Clyde.
- Who wrote Tom Brown’s School Days (1857)? Thomas Hughes, English jurist wrote Tom Brown's School Days. The book for boys tells of young Tom Brown's adventures at Rugby. Hughes also wrote a sequel, Tom Brown at Oxford (1861).
- What was Pip’s real name in Great Expectations? Philip Pirrip was Pip's real name in Great Expectations.
- Who is known as the “poet of the American Revolution”? Philip Freneau (1752-1832), whose poems include "American Liberty" (1775) and "The Indian Burying Ground" (1788), is known as the "poet of the American Revolution". He was a favorite of Thomas Jefferson's.
- What is the rest of the nursery rhyme from which Ken Kesey took the title for his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1962)? The rest of the nursery rhyme from which Ken Kesey took the title for his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is: Wire, briar, limber, lock, Three geese in a flock, One…
- Who created Roderick Hudson? Henry James created Roderick Hudson, in the 1876 novel of the same name.