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Some Friday Guessin for Y'all

It has been too long since last i queezed. I am going to try to get back into the swing.

Poll #241186 Friday Queez - Noteable Quoteables

Which film actress famously said "I want to be alone"?

Zasa Zsa Gabor
1(10.0%)
Vivien Leigh
1(10.0%)
Judy Garland
0(0.0%)
Greta Garbo
7(70.0%)
Shirley Temple
1(10.0%)

Who wrote "Workers of the world, unite" and "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs"?

Groucho Marx
0(0.0%)
Harpo Marx
0(0.0%)
Karl Marx
11(100.0%)
Chico Marx
0(0.0%)
Zeppo Marx
0(0.0%)

Who allegedly said "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work...I want to achieve it by not dying"?

Samuel Clemens
4(36.4%)
Woody Allen
2(18.2%)
Mark Twain
4(36.4%)
George Lucas
0(0.0%)
Henry Kissinger
1(9.1%)

What famous healthcare practitioner wrote: "It may seem a strange principle to enunciate as the very first requirement in a Hospital that it should do the sick no harm"?

Sigmund Freud
0(0.0%)
Florence Nightingale
6(54.5%)
Henry Heimlich
3(27.3%)
Louis E. Samuels
1(9.1%)
Dorothea Dix
1(9.1%)

In 1845, who wrote a famous poem whose refrain was later inscribed on his gravestone?

Emily Dickinson
0(0.0%)
Walt Whitman
3(27.3%)
Edgar Allen Poe
5(45.5%)
Ralph Waldo Emerson
2(18.2%)
Matthew Arnold
1(9.1%)

Who wrote "Every time a child says 'I don't believe in fairies' there is a little fairy somewhere that falls down dead"?

Lewis Carrol
2(22.2%)
Tinkerbell
1(11.1%)
J. M. Barrie
6(66.7%)
Wil Huygen
0(0.0%)
Hugh Huygen
0(0.0%)

Which poet wrote in 1917 "I grow old...I grow old...I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled"?

John Keats
1(10.0%)
T. S. Eliot
7(70.0%)
John Wilson
0(0.0%)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
1(10.0%)
Lord Byron
1(10.0%)

Which American wrote in 1735 "Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead"?

Thomas Jefferson
1(9.1%)
Benjamin Franklin
8(72.7%)
George Washington
0(0.0%)
John Adams
0(0.0%)
Benedict Arnold
2(18.2%)

Who described the poet Byron as "Mad, bad, and dangerous to know"?

Lady Caroline Lamb
2(20.0%)
John Wilson
1(10.0%)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
5(50.0%)
John Keats
2(20.0%)
T. S. Eliot
0(0.0%)

Who said: "No great genius is without an admixture of madness."?

Aristotle
1(10.0%)
Einstein
4(40.0%)
Plato
0(0.0%)
Nietzsche
5(50.0%)
Pythagoas
0(0.0%)
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