the Moorish Science Temple of America, founded by Noble Drew Ali. We find out about these characters through the coldly inquisitive narrator, Miles Coverdale. There are strange things done in the midnight sun/ By the men who moil for gold; The Arctic trails have their secret tales/ That would make your blood run cold. FTP, identify this short story published in Putnam's Monthly Magazine in 1855 and later included in the collection The Piazza Tales, written by Herman Melville. _ * Later, some changes will be made and colors may be painted over others before the final picture has been created. Another one of this novel's characters, David Gamut, seems to be a Christian missionary and is never attacked when he sings religious songs. Based on the story of Cain and Abel, FTP, what is this John Steinbeck novel now in the news for its selection for Oprah's Book Club? A Mugwump licks warm honey from a crystal goblet in Hassan's Rumpus Room.
Knoxville, Tenn.: Frank. His second story collection was Can Such Things Be?, and his first was In the Midst of Life, which included a famous story that details the pre-execution egyption Beliefs dream of Peyton Farquhar. Another of his novels features ultra-fast "beetle" cars, and includes the characters Professor Faber, Clarisse McCellan, Captain Beatty, and Guy Montag. For 10 points, name this author of The Jungle. He is honest in his approach to the factual history of slavery, going beyond what usually appears in most history books. For 10 points, name this work about Amasa Delano's discovery of a mutiny, a story by Herman Melville. This grandson's reckless driving causes the elder Bayard to have a fatal heart attack. The protagonist and his friend Ned pretend to be Havelock Ellis and Kraft-Ebbing when carousing with an old man at an Italian wine cellar. While in London he wrote for the magazines Fun and Figaro, using the pen name of Dod Grile.