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MC

I Name of the Rose deux.

Maybe it only has two books?

Melissa

Name of the Rose trey. Leaning towards the 'two books' theory...

joated

Lord of the Rings here as well.

Miss Cellania

According to the site, there are eight possible results. I tried it again with random answers, and got Charles Baudelaire: The Flowers of Evil.

Diana

Name of the Rose. There must be a catch.

Scott P

Name of the Rose, too. Whatever that is.

Rob B

Umberto Eco: The Name of the Rose.

dorkafork

The Picture of Dorian Gray. I feel so decadent!

(You know, people tell me all the time, they say, "Dorkafork, you carry a warning about the dangers of totalitarianism", but I've never seen it.)

dorkafork

I think this question gives Dorian Gray (I changed a couple and got LOTR):

"I am capable of wonderful intellectual conversations on moral issues (and also the uselessness thereof)."

Maybe they meant the uselessness of moral issues as opposed to the uselessness of the intellectual conversations on moral issues?

Marco McClean

I drew George Orwell's 1984, which didn't seem right at first, but then I realized that Terry Gilliam's Brazil was a never a book but only a movie /and the way real life here in the future actually turned out to be./

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