The World's Most Difficult Quiz 2: More King William's College General Knowledge Papers

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Who made an enemy of two ladies through an apple? Why did Tar Baby keep on sayin' nothin'? Which royal residence is built on thirteen thousand piles? Following the best-selling book The World's Most Difficult Quiz comes this sequel which collects the most taxing questions from early King William's College General Knowledge papers published in the Guardian over many years. Again the book includes a new and devilishly difficult set of questions prepared especially for publication by quizmaster Pat Cullen. A ...

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Overview

Who made an enemy of two ladies through an apple? Why did Tar Baby keep on sayin' nothin'? Which royal residence is built on thirteen thousand piles? Following the best-selling book The World's Most Difficult Quiz comes this sequel which collects the most taxing questions from early King William's College General Knowledge papers published in the Guardian over many years. Again the book includes a new and devilishly difficult set of questions prepared especially for publication by quizmaster Pat Cullen. A challenge for the most erudite of minds, The World's Most Difficult Quiz 2 is the ultimate general knowledge challenge.

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Editorial Reviews

Ken Jennings

“American quiz fans will find the book endlessly fascinating, but be warned: this isn’t like any trivia you’ve ever seen before.”

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781846318375
  • Publisher: Liverpool University Press
  • Publication date: 10/15/2012
  • Pages: 318
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr Pat Cullen has set the King William's College General Knowledge Papers since 1997. He previously compiled The World's Most Difficult Quiz: The King William's College General Knowledge Papers (LUP, 2011).

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Questions
    1920s
    1930s
    1940s
    1950s
    1960s
    1970s
Answers
A Bespoke General Knowledge Paper

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