Here are 20 variably well-known novels by 20 variably well-known authors that were adapted into 20 variably well-known movies, always under new titles. (Three of the films were first made under their literary titles, but later remakes changed the labels.) Match the title of the book with the movie derived from it. You pass with 11 correct answers and attain an A with 15 right. Score yourself one extra point for each correct identification of the works filmed twice under different titles.

The literary titles:

1. "An American Tragedy" by Theodore Dreiser

2. "Before the Fact" by Francis Iles

3. "Blind Alley" by James Warwick

4. "Blood Brother" by Elliot Arnold

5. "Bringing Up the Brass" by Marty Maher

6. "Buried Alive" by Arnold Bennett

7. "The Children" by Edith Wharton

8. "The Devil and Daniel Webster" by Stephen Vincent Benet

9. "Farewell, My Lovely" by Raymond Chandler

10. "Flotsam" by Erich Maria Remarque

11. "Glory for Me" by Mackinlay Kantor

12. "Little Pinks" by Damon Runyon

13. "The Magnificent Bastards" by Lucy Herndon Crockett

14. "The Man of Property" by John Galsworthy

15. "Rome Haul" by Walter D. Edmonds

16. "Sanctuary" by William Faulkner

17. "Shoeless Joe" by W.P. Kinsella

18. "To Have and Have Not" by Ernest Hemingway

19. "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut" by J.D. Salinger

20. "Years Are So Long" by Josephine Lawrence

Titles of the film versions:

a. "All That Money Can Buy"

b. "The Best Years of Our Lives"

c. "The Big Street"

d. "The Breaking Point"

e. "Broken Arrow"

f. "The Dark Past"

g. "The Farmer Takes a Wife"

h. "Field of Dreams"

i. "Holy Matrimony"

j. "The Long Gray Line"

k. "Make Way for Tomorrow"

l. "The Marriage Playground"

m. "Murder, My Sweet"

n. "My Foolish Heart"

o. "A Place in the Sun"

p. "The Proud and Profane"

q. "So Ends Our Night"

r. "The Story of Temple Drake"

s. "Suspicion"

t. "That Forsyte Woman"

Quiz answers: 1-o; 2-s; 3-f; 4-e; 5-j; 6-i; 7-l; 8-a; 9-m; 10-q; 11-b; 12-c; 13-p; 14-t; 15-g; 16-r; 17-h; 18-d; 19-n; 20-k. Twice-titled movies are "An American Tragedy"/"A Place in the Sun" (1931; 1951); "Blind Alley"/"The Dark Past" (1939; 1948); and "To Have and Have Not"/"The Breaking Point" (1945; 1950).