Answers to It’s All Relative

Here are the answers to last week’s quiz. I’ve noted the titles and authors of the novels along with the year(s) in which they appeared on the bestseller lists.

  1. Globetrotting relative of  Patrick Dennis: aunt  (Auntie Mame [1956 #4] and Around the World with Auntie Mame [1958 #4])
  2. B.F., Anderson Crow and Lady Rose each had one: daughter (B.F.’s Daughter by John P. Marquand [1946 #9];  The Daughter of Anderson Crow by George Barr McCutcheon, 1907 #7]; Lady Rose’s Daughter by Mrs. Humphrey Ward [1903 #1])
  3. A red black woman: Scarlet Sister Mary (by Julie Peterkin [1929 #1] )
  4. They married into the family: The Sisters-in-Law (by Gertrude Atherton [1921 #9])
  5. The priests see to her: Grandmother (Grandmother and the Priests by Taylor Caldwell, 1963 #6 )
  6. Sorrell had one: son (Sorrell and Son (by Warwick Deeping [1926 #3] )
  7. You’ll never see the end of her: Immortal Wife (by Irving Stone [1945 #10])
  8. Grandchildren would be shorter: His Children’s Children (by Arthur Train [1923 #2])
  9. Jacob may have called his bride this:  My Cousin Rachel (by Daphne du Maurier [1952 #4])
  10. He’ll give away his daughter: Father of the Bride (by Edward Streeter [1945 #10])

I hope you enjoyed that quiz. We’ll do another again some day.

~Linda Gorton Aragoni
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Linda Aragoni

I'm passionate about helping people learn through the medium of nonfiction writing. Although I occasionally have an idea of my own, I mostly build education tools by recycling and repurposing other folks' ideas.

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