Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Which book am I?

Angela got this website from her Mom's group. She took it and came up with Alex Haley's Roots. I was curious with what I would come up with -- and lo, and behold, I like the result. Naturally, I'm curious to know how other people test...




I'm Watership Down!
by Richard Adams

Though many think of me as a bit young, even childish, I'm actually incredibly deep and complex. I show people the need to rethink their assumptions, and confront them on everything from how they think to where they build their houses. I might be one of the greatest people of all time. I'd be recognized as such if I weren't always talking about talking rabbits.


Take the Book Quiz at the Blue Pyramid.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am "Prufrock and Other Observations." "like a patient lying on a table" or something like that!

Patty K

J.J. said...

Pale Fire by Nabokov. Rock.

Anonymous said...

I'm also "Prufrock". Awwwwww yeah.

Anonymous said...

Uh, that was Gretchen. Sorry I forgot to post my name.

Mrs. Non-Gorilla said...

"loosely based" by storey clayton. While most people haven't heard of you, you're a really good and interesting person. Rather clever and witty, you crack a lot of jokes about the world around you. You do have a serious side, however, where your interest covers the homeless and the inequalities of society. You're good at bringing people together, but they keep asking you what your name means.

muwahahahahaha! flying under the radar is the perfect tactic in my plan for world domination!

Anonymous said...

OK, preferring a hot climate seems to mean you're obsessed with sex... I did it two ways with that choice, and got "Lolita" ("considered by most to be depraved and immoral, you are obsessed with sex") and "Love in the Time of Cholera" ("like Odysseus in a work of Homer, you demonstrate undying loyalty by sleeping with as many people as you possibly can").

When I chose "Cold," I got "Watership Down."

Hikaru said...

i remember taking this a long time ago and getting a great book i read when i was a young idealist (as opposed to now, being an old idealist, heh).

You're Les Miserables!
by Victor Hugo
One of the best known people in your community, you have become something of a phenomenon. People have sung about you, danced in your honor, created all manner of art in your name. And yet your story is one of failure and despair, with a few brief exceptions. A hopeless romantic, you'll never stop hoping that more good will come from your failings than is ever possible. Beware detectives and prison guards bearing vendettas.