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Slutty Women in Lit
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Slutty Women in Lit Quiz

. . . and don’t we love to love them!  How well do you know your tarts? Seems Liam Rodger knows them as he won the 30 euros.

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Name the wench:

1.  This saucy pilgrim proudly announces she’s been married five times—and did not behave so well in any of them.  An authority on marriage, she says she is.
The Wife of Bath. Canterbury Tales, Chaucer

2. As a servant girl, this little hussy bedded the boys, married one, and when he died, left her kids and set forth pretending to be a wealthy widow in order to attract men; she married five times, once to her brother.
Moll Flanders, Defoe

3.  Her lover will eventually murder her, but in the meantime she’s a member of a gang of street urchins, tends bar, drinks heavily, and is a part-time prostitute.
Nancy in Oliver Twist, Dickens

4. She may have attended Miss Pinkerton’s Academy For Young Ladies, but she went on to work her way up the social ladder and spread her legs a lot to do it.
Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair, Thackeray

5. This Andaluz hot tamale drove her Basque lover mad, but he kept coming back for more.
Carmen, Mérimée

6. When her marriage to a doctor proved boring, this gentlewoman took up with a young law student, then a wealthy landowner, and finally just swallowed arsenic ’cause no man filled the bill.
Emma in Madame Bovary, Flaubert

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7. Marriage to a senior government official in St. Petersburg was just plain tedious, so when this lady met the count, she got wet knickers.
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy)

8. Hubby was paralyzed, but there wasn’t much this carnal vixen didn’t do on the back forty with another, including a bit of anal.
Constance in Lady Chatterley's Lover, D. H. Lawrence

9.  “Sir, you are no gentleman!” she protests to one of the men in her life, to which he replies, “And you, miss, are no lady!”  She wasn’t, either.
Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind, Mitchell

10.  Married life working in a California diner is a drag, so this hot wench secretly takes up with a handsome drifter who, like her, likes a bit of rough.
Cora Papadakis in The Postman Always Rings Twice, Cain

11. Her step-daddy thought she was all his, but the little tart was banging her school playwright all along.
Lolita/Dolores Haze. Lolita, Nabokov

I2. In one version, this enigmatic, disgraced woman got dumped by a sailor who returned to France and married another woman; what we know for sure is that she played hell with a certain young lady’s financé.
Sarah Woodruff, The French Lieutenant´s Woman, J. Fowles

13. This young Brooklynite was 15 the first time she got laid, and after that, well, “getting laid was getting laid.”  
Tralala in Last Exit to Brooklyn, H. Selby Jr

14. This unpublished poet, another woman stuck in an unfulfilled marriage, went after the “zipless fuck.”
Isadora Wing, Fear of Flying, E, Jong

15. She may have been a horny overweight klutz, but her big panties proved a turn on.
Bridget in Bridget Jones' Diary, H. Fielding