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  • Summary: Hamlet, Faust, Romeo and Juliet, Don Quixote, The Three Musketeers, Effi Briest, Homo Faber, Lolita, Buddenbrooks… everything worth knowing about classics of world literature!

    Get detailed answers with background information to 150 edited questions! Also including interesting
    Hamlet, Faust, Romeo and Juliet, Don Quixote, The Three Musketeers, Effi Briest, Homo Faber, Lolita, Buddenbrooks… everything worth knowing about classics of world literature!

    Get detailed answers with background information to 150 edited questions! Also including interesting illustrations interspersed among the questions and answers that clarify the contents.

    You can now play our successful print series – more than 2 million copies sold – on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

    Play alone against time 15, 25, 50, or all 150 questions. But don’t think too long, time is running! Get points for every correct answer depending on how much time is remaining. Get as many points as possible to ensure your place in the high score list!

    In the two-player mode, challenge your friends and view the questions on one device. May the best man win!
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    BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
    - One or two-player mode
    - 150 edited questions and answers
    - Numerous illustrations
    - High score list
    - 25 titles on various topics
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