TRIVIAL Waste of Time

©1994,1995,1999 by Steve Spanoudis, All Rights Reserved Worldwide


  1. James Fenimore Cooper





  2. Kingfish





  3. Cat's Cradle





  4. Moby Dick





  5. Colette





  6. James Clavell





  7. Elizabeth Barret Browning





  8. The Jungle





  9. Cuban





  10. US Customs Inspector





  11. Jonathan Livingston Seagull





  12. The French Revolution





  13. Isaac Asimov





  14. Sinclair Lewis





  15. Magister Ludi (The Glass Bead Game)





  16. The Red Badge of Courage





  17. Thomas Hardy





  18. Joseph Conrad





  19. Charles Dickens





  20. Ernest Hemingway





  21. W. Somerset Maugham





  22. Rudyard Kipling





  23. Hester Prynne





  24. Wilkie Collins





  25. Fyodor Dostoyevski





  26. William Faulkner





  27. Mark Twain





  28. Jack London





  29. Robert A. Heinlein





  30. Nick Adams





  31. Arthur C. Clarke





  32. Herman Hesse





  33. She never needed to sleep.





  34. Victor Hugo





  35. Alexandre Dumas





  36. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte





  37. Jane Austen





  38. Frankenstein





  39. The Salvation Army





  40. He played football





  41. O. Henry





  42. e. e. cummings





  43. Don Quixote





  44. Harvey





  45. The Mystery of Edwin Drood





  46. Washington Irving





  47. Profiles in Courage





  48. J.D. Salinger





  49. From Here to Eternity





  50. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow





  51. In The Comedy of Errors





  52. Antonio





  53. A Montague





  54. A King of England, and the title of one of Shakespeare's plays





  55. 24 years





  56. Hans Christian Andersen





  57. Machiavelli





  58. Regan, Goneril, and Cordella





  59. Zenith





  60. John Galsworthy





  61. Ken Kesey





  62. Iambic Pentameter





  63. The Grapes of Wrath





  64. Heathcliff





  65. Truman Kapote





  66. All Quiet on the Western Front





  67. Elizabeth Barret Browning





  68. Free Verse (free punctuation, too)





  69. Edgar Rice Burroughs





  70. Mark Twain





  71. Saul Bellow





  72. Richard Adams





  73. Four years after her death.





  74. Masha, Olga, and Irina





  75. Baseball





  76. Daniel Defoe





  77. Laura Inglis Wilder





  78. Westminster Abbey





  79. Anna Sewell





  80. John Jay, Thomas Paine, James Madison





  81. Minnehaha





  82. Dee Brown





  83. Natty Bumppo





  84. A, for Adulterer





  85. Herman Wouk





  86. Hamlet





  87. Robert Frost





  88. Eugene O'Neill





  89. C.S. Lewis





  90. H. G. Wells





  91. Ian Flemming





  92. John Steinbeck





  93. Jeeves





  94. George Smiley





  95. Captain Nemo