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2009 EFT Tossups by Ian Eppler
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This state is home to the Roaring Fork River, which flows past the town of Woody Creek, where Hunter S. Thompson painted a large middle finger on the roof of a barn to greet air travelers arriving at nearby Aspen. National parks in this state include Great Sand Dunes and the Anasazi site at Mesa Verde, and suburbs of this state's capital include Cherry Creek and Aurora. this state features a large university in its city of Boulder, a city located along the Front Range, a major mountain range in this state. For 10 points, name this state home to a large portion of the Rocky Mountains, with capital at Denver.
Answer: Colorado
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James Reeb was beaten to death between the second and third attempts to accomplish this, and one of the causes of this was the shooting of Jimmie Lee Jackson. It was organized at the home of Amelia Boynton, and James Bevel led the planning of this. Frank Johnson ordered federal protection for the third attempt to accomplish this, and it was led by Hosea Williams and John Lewis. The second attempt, which involved Martin Luther King, ended in a public prayer session, while the first was violently ended by state police at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in what came to be known as "Bloody Sunday." For 10 points, name this 1965 voting rights protest action, which involved marching to the capital of Alabama from the seat of Lowndes County.
Answer: marching from Selma to Montgomery [accept Selma alone or anything implying a voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965]
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The square of this quantity equals eight-thirds pi times the gravitational constant times the critical density, and the Friedmann equation relates the square of this quantity to the density, curvature and cosmological constant. The namesake of this physical quantity also names a sequence typically illustrated using a tuning-fork classification diagram centered on lenticular galaxies. This quantity appears in a law describing a namesake flow that refers to the non-peculiar motions of galaxies, and it is proportional to one over the age of the Universe. Its value was calculated by its namesake using the Cepheid period-luminosity relationship to obtain distances, which were then paired with redshift measurements. For 10 points, name this quantity relating galaxy distances and recession velocities due to cosmic expansion.
Answer: Hubble parameter or constant
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One character in this novel meets another while reading Samuel Johnson's Rasselas, and that character later dies of tuberculosis. That friend of the protagonist, Helen Burns, is punished by Miss Scatcherd at an institution run by Mr. Brocklehurst. The protagonist is sent from Gateshead House to that institution, Lowood School, by Mrs. Reed. After leaving Lowood School, the protagonist becomes a governess at Thornfield Hall, which is later destroyed in a fire by Bertha Mason. For 10 points, name this novel in which the title character marries Edward Rochester, written by Charlotte Bronte.
Answer: Jane Eyre
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This character was recruited away from the CIA by Christopher Henderson, and this man kills a guard by biting in order to escape Abu Fayed. In the most recent season of his show, this character moves to Carl Benton's orphanage to flee an investigation by Blaine Meyer, but returns to the United States after a coup by General Juma. His father Phillip killed his brother Graeme, and a drinking game involving this man's show requires the player to drink every time this man says "dammit" or "we're running out of time." During the first season of his show, his colleague Nina Meyers kills his wife, Teri. For 10 points, name this protagonist of 24.
Answer: Jack Bauer [accept either]
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Along with Charles Eames, this man designed the 9th of Arts and Architecture's Case Study houses. For the Knoll Company, he designed the Tulip chair, and the University of Chicago's law school building was designed by this man. Aaron Copland's "Canticle of Freedom" was composed for the dedication of a concert hall designed by this architect, and another building by this architect was the first of its kind to feature baggage carousels. Those buildings, the Kresge Auditorium at MIT and the TWA Flight Center at JFK airport, exemplify the thin-shell roofs used in his designs. For 10 points, identify this Finnish architect who designed the Gateway Arch in Saint Louis.
Answer: Eero Saarinen
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One of this type of reaction uses a lanthanoid chloride to convert a ketone to an alcohol and is named for Luche. Barium sulfate or DIBAL is used in another reaction of this type, which converts acid chlorides to aldehydes, while another uses a oxazaborolidine catalyst. Besides the Rosenmund and CBS ones, other reactions of this type include one that forms 1,4 cyclohexadienes, and another has a modification named for Huang Minlon and converts a ketone to an alkane that has a counterpart named for Clemmensen. For 10 points, name this type of organic reaction exemplified by the Birch and Wolff-Kishner varieties, which is the opposite of oxidation and involves a gain of hydrogen or electrons.
Answer: reduction
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This novel begins at the Engakuji temple, where the protagonist is served tea in a black bowl that once belonged to his father. One character in this novel bears a large hairy birthmark that disgusts the protagonist, and that character attempts to arrange a marriage between the protagonist and Yukiko Inamura. That character, Chikako, drives Mrs. Ota to suicide following the death of the protagonist's father, her former lover. For 10 points, name this novel that depicts aspects of the tea ceremony and centers on Kikuji Mitani, written by Yasunari Kawabata.
Answer: Thousand Cranes or Senbazuru
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A plan to prevent this man from taking office was known as Track 1. His economic policy was outlined in the Vuskovic Plan, which included a computer network known as Project Cybersyn. He was a member of the Popular Unity coalition, and defeated Jorge Allesandri to win his highest office. His country was the first on its continent to recognize Cuba, and he "committed suicide" in La Moneda after giving a speech that was broadcast on radio. For 10 points, name this president of Chile, who was overthrown in a U.S.-backed coup by Augusto Pinochet.
Answer: Salvador Allende
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During his time as a gardener, Sargon of Akkad was a lover of this figure and this figure's sister-in-law gathered jewels in her bosom, named Belili. In some myths, this deity had a beard and carried a bow and arrow, and in another a parody of this diety called Saltu was created from fingernail dirt. Antum was left behind by Anu when he spent most of his time in this figure's temple. In Assyria, this goddess was believed to assist in choosing the king, and a temple to this goddess existed at Uruk. This figure has to pass through a series of gates, removing an article clothig each time and fights Ereshkigal in an attempt to retrieve her lover from the underworld. For 10 points, name this fertility goddess and lover of Tammuz, who sent the bull of heaven to attack Gilgamesh.
Answer: Ishtar
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This work hangs opposite a similar one, in which an angel pokes a feather at the subject lying on the floor, whose outstretched right wrist is grasped by the left arm of the young man standing over him. One of three works by its painter in the Contarelli Chapel of the San Luigi dei Francesi, the left side of this work features a man in a red shirt and an older man with a fur-lined coat and glasses, who don't pay attention to the main action. A boy in a feathered cap rests his right arm on the shoulder of the subject, who points at himself in amazement. A window at the top of this work is covered up, and the light comes from a mysterious source at the top right, which does not light up St. Peter and Jesus, whose limp right hand points at the title figure, a tax collector. For 10 points, name this painting in which Jesus informs one of his disciples that he must join him, a work of Caravaggio.
Answer: The Calling of St. Matthew
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The "sacred road" played an important role in this operation, and Charles Mangin led a major counteroffensive at this battle, while a key role at this battle was played by the 3rd Corps under Robert Nivelle. A 21-hour bombardment preceded the main engagement of this battle, during which Emile Driant held out against his opponent's Fifth Army despite being outnumbered 5 to 1. This battle was preceded by one side's capture of Fort Douaumont, and the fighting in this battle took place mostly on and around the banks of the Meuse River. This engagement was part of Erich von Falkenhayn's strategy to "bleed France white," and it saw Phillippe Petain's marshalling of the defense. For 10 points, identify this battle of World War I which begain in February of 1916 and which ultimately saw France successfully defend its namesake fortress.
Answer: Battle of Verdun
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In the first chapter of this novel, the protagonist is blackmailed into giving two marks to Franz Kromer. That protagonist stops drinking with Alfons Beck after becoming infatuated with a woman he dubs Beatrice, and he studies under the organist Pistorius. An image of a bird fighting its way out of an egg represents Abraxas, a "godhead" possessing attributes of good and evil. The title character, whose mother is Frau Eva, provides the protagonist a reinterpretation of the story of Cain and Abel. For 10 points, name this novel about Emil Sinclair's spiritual development, written by Hermann Hesse.
Answer: Demian
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Theodore Simon helped to create an early way of measuring this quantity, and contemporary methods of measuring this quantity include the Woodcock-Johnson and Wechsler tests. Howard Gardner proposed seven versions of this quantity, as opposed to the single measure of it created by Charles Spearman and known as the "g-factor." The population-wide increase in this quantity is known as the Flynn effect, and Stephen Jay Gould criticized tests of this quantity in The Mismeasure of Man. For 10 points, name this quantity, which is commonly measured using a normally-distributed namesake "quotient."
Answer: intelligence [accept reasonable equivalents]
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This enzyme requires a protein from the AAA+ family for activation, and in bacteria exists as a multimer with 16 long chains and 8 short chains. It is allosterically regulated by CA1P and free phosphate groups. This enzyme requires magnesium to form an activated carbamate, and in some organisms this enzyme is sequestered in bundle sheath cells, with PEP carboxylase being used in mesophyll cells to transfer products to it. This enzyme transfers a single carbon to ribulose bisphosphate, but can react with oxygen in a side reaction called photorespiration. For 10 points, name this most abundant protein on earth, which catalyzes carbon fixation in the first step of the Calvin cycle.
Answer: RuBisCO or Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase oxygenase
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Stafford Cripps served as the chancelour of the exchequer in this man's government, which also included the former general secretary of the TUC as foreign minister. Hugh Dalton attempted to have him replaced by that foreign minister, Ernest Bevin, and his government enacted many of the recommendations of the Beveridge Report, including the creation of the National Health Service. He named Mountbatten Viceroy of India, and he resigned after his party won the 1951 election by 5 seats. For 10 points, name this Labour prime minister of the United Kingdom, who both followed and was succeeded by Winston Churchill.
Answer: Clement Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee
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One character in this novel repeatedly demands a ham as recompense for her promised Thanksgiving turkey. That character, Miss Trixie, works at Levy Pants with the protagonist, a man who fears Greyhound buses. After he is fired from Levy Pants for leading a "Crusade for Moorish Dignity," he begins selling hot dogs in the French Quarter, where he helps plot a homosexual-led coup with Dorian Greene. After the protagonist accidentally releases Darlene's bird, Lana Lee is arrested by Mancuso for running an illegal pornography business, and the protagonist is able to escape from commitment to Charity Hospital with the aid of a character he calls "the minx." For 10 points, identify this novel in which Myrna Minkoff pursues Ignatius Reilly, a work by John Kennedy Toole.
Answer: A Confederacy of Dunces
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Under steady conditions, the Lamb surfaces coincide with surfaces on which the function named for this equation is constant. In general, this equation relates the Eulerian time derivative of the velocity to the gradient of its namesake function and the cross product of the velocity and vorticity. Pitot tubes apply this result to calculate the velocity from measurements of the stagnation and static pressures in a flow. It can be derived by integrating Euler's equation along a streamline, and it is equivalent to energy conservation. For 10 points, name this equation that implies that any change in flow speed must be accompanied by a corresponding change in pressure or potential energy.
Answer: Bernoulli's Principle or equation
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Some avoid wearing articles of clothing made from leather on this holiday, and worshippers lightly beat their chests during one prayer said on this holiday. In addition to including a recitation of the Al Het prayer, a kittel is often worn on this holiday, and sex is forbidden on this holiday. This holiday ends with the Neilah prayer service, and it begins with the Kol Nidre prayer, which includes a request for permission to pray with those who have transgressed. For 10 points, name this Jewish day of atonement, which involves a day-long fast and is the namesake of a 1973 war between Egypt and Israel.
Answer: Yom Kippur
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This man wrote the introduction to Ludwig Binswanger's Dream and Existence, and he stated that "there was no epistemological consciousness of man" prior to the classical age in one work. In another, unfinished work, he used studies of so-called "perverts" illustrate his concept of "biopower," and those works are titled The Order of Things and The History of Sexuality, respectively. Other works by this man criticize the work of the Tuke brothers and extend Bentham's concept of the Panopticon to the entirety of contemporary society. For 10 points, name this post-structuralist, author of Madness and Civilization and Discipline and Punish.
Answer: Michel Foucault
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Jevgenija Lisicina authored a transcription of these works for organ, and one of these works depicts air "shrouded with a black cloak." These pieces were selected from their composer's Test of Harmony and Invention, and the second of them depicts a swarm of flies and hornets in one section. The accompanying sonnet for the third piece in this collection states that "the turtledove and the goldfinch are heard singing." One piece in this collection features a "two-pronged" theme, and the second movement of the fourth piece in this collection includes a pizzicato section that is intended to evoke the sound of raindrops. For 10 points, identify this collection of violin concerti by Antonio Vivaldi.
Answer: The Four Seasons
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One of this man's early works is organized around seven propositions, the seventh being "What we cannot speak about we must pass over in silence." For 10 points each;,
[10] Name this analytic philosopher, author of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus.
Answer: Ludwig Wittgenstein
[10] The first section of this Wittgenstein work is intended as "therapy" for past philosophical errors, and this work introduces the concept of "language games."
Answer: Philosophical Investigations
[10] This collection of "Preliminary Studies for the 'Philosophical Investigations'" is a collection of lectures given by Wittgenstein during his time at Cambridge.
Answer: Blue and Brown Books
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The first chapter of this novel was published independently under the title of "Battle Royale." FTPE:,
[10] Name this Ralph Ellison novel, in which the nameless title character travels to New York after Dr. Bledsoe expels him from college for exposing Mr. Norton to Jim Trueblood.
Answer: Invisible Man
[10] This character from Invisible Man rides a horse while leading black nationalist riot against the Brotherhood.
Answer: Ras the Exhorter or Ras the Destroyer
[10] This posthumously published Ellison novel features the child Bliss, who is raised by Alonzo Hickman and grows up to become racist senator Adam Sunraider.
Answer: Juneteenth
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It serves as a tag for acid hydrolase precursor proteins that are to be transported to lysosomes. FTPE:,
[10] Name this lectin-bound hexose.
Answer: mannose-6-phosphate
[10] Mannose-6-phosphate is added to proteins in the cis component of this organelle, which is made up of cisternae.
Answer: Golgi apparatus, body, etc.
[10] Mannose-6-phosphate bonds to the receptor site for the "this"-like growth factor 2. High levels of this compound, which contains a C-peptide cleaved off during processing, can cause hypoglycemia.
Answer: insulin
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The conclusion of this document emphasizes the importance of educating the public to "the realities of the Russian situation." For 10 points each;,
[10] Name this 1946 missive, which was published anonymously in Foreign Affairs in 1947 and attempted to explain post-World War II Soviet foreign policy.
Answer: X Article or The Sources of Soviet Conduct
[10] The X Article was written by this American diplomat while he was stationed in the USSR. He later became ambassador to the Soviet Union.
Answer: George Frost Kennan
[10] The X Article provided a basis for this set of policies aimed at mitigating the spread of communism, which included both the policy of containment and the Marshall Plan.
Answer: Truman Doctrine
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Items used in this activity include soulava, and this activity is restricted to tribal chiefs in the Trobriand Islands. FTPE:,
[10] Name this system of ceremonial barter, analyzed by Marcel Mauss in The Gift.
Answer: Kula ringexchange
[10] This man described the Kula ring exchange in his Argonauts of the Western Pacific. He is considered to be the founder of ethnography.
Answer: Bronislaw Malinowski
[10] Part Six of this Malinowski work is "an ethnographic theory of the magical world," which is analyzed in the context of crop cultivation in the titular locations.
Answer: Coral Gardens and their Magic
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This city is home to the Voortrekker Monument, and it is located in Tshwane Municipality. FTPE:,
[10] Name this city, the administrative capital of South Africa.
Answer: Pretoria
[10] Pretoria is located in this province, which separated from Transvaal in 1994. Other cities in this province include Vereeniging and Johannesburg.
Answer: Gauteng
[10] This suburb of Johannesburg became internationally famous after 566 people were killed in this city's namesake 1976 "uprising" against apartheid.
Answer: Soweto
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Name some terrible songs by white rappers, FTPE:,
[10] This 1990 hit samples Queen's "Under Pressure" and, among other memorable lines, tells the listener to "check out the beat while my DJ revolves it."
Answer: "Ice Ice Baby"
[10] This Asher Roth song expresses fondness for a place where one "can get pizza a dollar a slice," asserts that "time isn't wasted when you're getting wasted," and advises the listener to "not pass out with your shoes on."
Answer: "I Love College"
[10] This epistolary Eminem song samples Dido's "Thank You" and details the adventures of the titular crazed fan. It was ranked 290 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 best songs of all time, for some reason.
Answer: "Stan"
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He became king after the downfall of Charles X in the July Revolution. For 10 points each;,
[10] Name this so-called "citizen-king" of France, who ruled from 1830 to 1848 and whose prime ministers included Adolphe Thiers and Francois Guizot.
Answer: Louis-Philippe
[10] After Louis-Philippe's 1848 abdication, the provisional government created "national workshops" in an attempt to drum up support from members of the working class, a program conceived by this man.
Answer: Jean Joseph Charles Louis Blanc
[10] The July closure of Louis Blanc's national workshops inspired a working-class uprising which was violently quelled by this man, who later ran for President of France against Louis-Napoleon.
Answer: Louis-Eugene Cavaignac
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The fifth chapter of this work describes inaccuracies in unemployment statistics, and the sixth provides an estimated food budget for the average unemployed family. FTPE:,
[10] Name this study of the living conditions of workers in Northern England, which also contains a controversial critique of socialism.
Answer: The Road to Wigan Pier
[10] The Road to Wigan Pier was written by this author of Homage to Catalonia and a novel about the aspiring poet Gordon Comstock, Keep the Aspidistra Flying.
Answer: George Orwell or Eric Blair
[10] This Orwell essay depicts an incident that took place in Moulmein. The titular action was performed with a .44 Winchester rifle.
Answer: "Shooting an Elephant"
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This equation can be derived by using Boltzmann factors, and terms in this equation include Faraday's constant and the ideal gas constant. For 10 points each;,
[10] Name this equation, which can be used to determine the reduction potential of an electrochemical cell.
Answer: Nernst equation
[10] The Nernst equation is often used to find the cell potential for this type of electrochemical cell, which consists of two half-cells connected by a salt bridge.
Answer: Galvanic cell or Voltaic cell
[10] This extension of the Nernst equation is used to calculate potential across cell membranes and accounts for ion channels.
Answer: Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation
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His "Red Book," a diary of his self-analysis through "active imagination," will be published for the first time four days after this tournament. FTPE:,
[10] Name this early proponent of psychoanalysis, who developed the concepts of the "collective unconscious" and of archetypes.
Answer: Carl GustavJung
[10] In Jungian theory, this is the unconscious self, as opposed to the outer persona. Males have a female version of this, and vice versa.
Answer: animusor anima
[10] Jung's work Psychological Typesinspired this commonly used personality test, which categorizes people according to four dichotomies, including extroversion/introversion.
Answer: Myers-BriggsType Indicator
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Name these things related to the Boer War, FTPE:,
[10] Cecil Rhodes helped organize this 1895 attempt to overthrow the government of the Transvaal, a reaction to high taxes on gold mining.
Answer: Jameson Raid
[10] Robert Baden Powell led the British defense of this town during a 217-day siege, which ended in a British victory.
Answer: Mafeking
[10] Louis Botha, the first prime minister of South Africa, led the Boer forces in this other siege, which ended in British victory after a relief mission led by Redvers Buller.
Answer: Ladysmith
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The first chapter of this novel tells the reader to close the door and find a comfortable position before continuing. FTPE:,
[10] Name this novel featuring characters such as The Reader and The Other Reader, which notably includes chapters written in the second person.
Answer: If on a winter's night a traveler or Se una notte d'inverno un viaggiatore
[10] If on a winter's night a traveler was written by this author of The Path to the Nest of Spiders and a short story collection narrated by Qfwfq, Cosmicomics.
Answer: Italo Calvino
[10] This other Calvino novel is framed as a conversation between Marco Polo and Kublai Khan, but most of the novel is made up of poems describing the titular entities.
Answer: Invisible Cities or Le citta invisibili
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One namesake of this paradox also names a vector space that is normed and complete. For 10 points each;,
[10] Name this paradox, which states that a sphere may be split into six pieces and reformed into two spheres of the same size as the original.
Answer: Banach-Tarski paradox
[10] The Banach-Tarski paradox assumes that this axiom, equivalent to Zorn's lemma, is true. It states that, given a collection of sets, there is one set that contains one element from each set in the collection.
Answer: axiom of choice [accept any equivalent answer, e.g. well ordering principle, every vector space has a basis, etc.]
[10] The axiom of choice is consistent with both Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory and the set theory named for this man, Bernays, and Godel. This man is also the namesake of a computer architecture that separates the processing unit and memory.
Answer: John Von Neumann
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The second piece in this collection is intended to evoke an image of a child who encounters a tall woman after leaving a Fourth of July picnic. For 10 points each;,
[10] Name this composition, which is made up of the movements The "St. Gaudens" in Boston Common; Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut; and The Housatonic at Stockbridge.
Answer: Three Places in New England or Charles Ives' Orchestral Set #1
[10] Three Places in New England was composed by this man, whose other works include The Unanswered Question and Central Park in the Dark.
Answer: Charles Ives
[10] This other Ives work includes sections named for Hawthorne and Thoreau and requires the performer to press the piano keys with a 14-inch piece of wood.
Answer: Second Piano Sonata Concord, Mass., 1840-60 or Concord Sonata
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Name these battles of the Wars of the Roses, for 10 points each.,
[10] At this battle, considered the first of the war, Yorkist forces defeated a Lancastrian army under the command of Edmund Beaufort, who was killed in battle.
Answer: First Battle of St. Albans
[10] This battle saw Yorkist forces under Edward IV defeat Lancastrian forces under Richard of Warwick. After this battle, Henry VI was executed in the Tower of London.
Answer: Battle of Tewksbury
[10] Henry Tudor returned from exile to lead a defeat of Richard III at this 1485 battle, often considered to be the last battle of the wars.
Answer: Battle of Bosworth Field
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Name these works by Wole Soyinka, FTPE:,
[10] In this play, the title character Elesin attempts to commit suicide over the objections of colonial official Simon Pilkings.
Answer: Death and the King's Horseman
[10] This comedy depicts the pursuit of Sidi by the village chief Baroka and the Westernized Lakunle.
Answer: The Lion and the Jewel
[10] While imprisoned during the Nigerian Civil War, Soyinka wrote this diary, which includes a preface called "The Unacknowledged."
Answer: The Man Died
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Works by this artist include Lydia Crocheting in the Garden at Marly. For 10 points each;,
[10] Name this American Impressionist, who spent much of her life in France and painted lots of pictures of mothers and children.
Answer: Mary Cassatt
[10] This other female Impressionist created works such as At the Ball and The Bath.
Answer: Berthe Morisot
[10] Berthe Morisot married the brother of this other Impressionist, who painted Execution of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico and a work including a bunch of men in black top hats, Music in the Tuileries.
Answer: Eduoard Manet

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