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QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Famous Imaginary Places?
Posted By Carol Kaufmann On April 10, 2013 @ 1:37 pm In Entertainment | Comments Disabled
Have you ever imagined yourself skipping down the yellow brick road? Felt the Lion’s furry arm and the Tin Man’s metal one linked with yours? Heard Toto yipping? Smelled the poppies of The Emerald City? 
And then realized, suddenly, that Oz isn’t actually a place you can visit? Some places –products of rich, creative minds—are as real to us as our own back yards. Grab a pencil and match these classic imaginary American places with their creators.
Answers at the end.
1. Daphne du Maurier 2. Jerry Siegl, Joe Shuster 3. Bob Kane, Bill Finger 4. William Faulkner 5. Margaret Mitchell 6. Washington Irving 7. Mark Twain 8. Al Capp 9. Garrison Keillor 10. Robert Louis Stevenson 11. Louisa May Alcott 12. L. Frank Baum 13. George Lucas
*Adapted from AARP Bulletin’s Power of 50, April 2013
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