Computer Laboratory Christmas Quiz

Which of the following sentences:
  1. “I have just returned from a visit to my landlord – the solitary neighbour that I shall be troubled with.”
  2. “So this, said Kay to herself, is the sort of person you’ve become: a person whose clocks and wrist-watches have stopped, and who tells the time, instead, by the particular kind of cripple arriving at her landlord’s door.”
  3. “My father’s family being Pirrip and my Christian name Philip, my infant tongue could make of both names nothing longer or more explicit than Pip.”
  4. “‘I can never bring myself to believe it, John’ said Mary Walker, the pretty daughter of Mr. George Walker, attorney of Silverbridge.”
  5. “The naked child ran out of the hide covered lean-to towards the rocky beach at the bend in the small river.”
  6. “Except for the Marabar Caves – and they are twenty miles off – the city of Chandrapone presents nothing extraordinary.”
  7. “The rambler who, for old association’s sake, should trace the forsaken coach road running almost in a meridional line from Bristol to the South shore of England, would find himself during the latter half of his journey in the vicinity of some extensive woodlands, interspersed with apple orchards.”
  8. “The Boulevard du Cagne was a broad, quiet street that marked the Eastern flank of the city of Amiens.”
  9. “Miss. Brooke had that kind of beauty which seems to be thrown into relief by poor dress.”
  10. “‘Yes, of course, if it’s fine tomorrow’, said Mrs. Ramsay. &lsquoBut you’ll have to be up with the lark’, she added.”
  11. “The eighth of July was a Sunday and the following Monday I left West Hatch, the village where we lived near Salisbury, for Brandham Hall.”
  12. “Carla knew her parents were about to have a row. The second she walked into the kitchen she felt the hostility, like the bone-deep cold of the wind that blew through the streets of Berlin before a February snowstorm”

Appears at the very begining of these novels?:
  1. Charles Dickens, Great expectations
  2. Anthony Trollope,The Last chronicle of Barset
  3. George Eliot,Middlemarch
  4. Emily Bronte, Wuthering heights
  5. Thomas Hardy, The woodlanders
  6. Virginia Woolf, To the lighthouse
  7. L. P. Hartley, The Go between
  8. E. M. Forster, A Passage to India
  9. Sebastian Faulks, Birdsong
  10. Sarah Waters, The Night watch
  11. Ken Follet, Winter of the world
  12. Jean Auel, The Clan of the cave bear