Book Quotes Challenge: Which Literary Villains Uttered These Quotes?


How devious and devilish are you? Test your knowlegde of all things evil in this fun book quotes quiz by identifying which villains spoke the literary quotes below. Be sure to read carefully—these literary villains are tricky!

This literary villains quiz was inspired by a brief question that appeared in the pages of Writer’s Digest magazine. Check out the latest issue or subscribe to get more writing insights.


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Jess Zafarris is the Director of Content Strategy and Online Content for Writer’s Digest and ScriptMag. Her eight years of experience in digital and print content direction includes such roles as editor-in-chief of HOW design magazine and online content director of HOW and PRINT, as well as writing for the Denver Business Journal, ABC News, and the Memphis Commercial Appeal. She spends much of her spare time researching curious word histories and writing about them at UselessEtymology.com. Follow her at @jesszafarris or @uselessety on Twitter.

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