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        Can you figure these out? Try our Daily News puzzles

        How well do you know Ernest Hemingway's Pulitzer Prize-winning novella "The Old Man and the Sea?"
        How well do you know Ernest Hemingway's Pulitzer Prize-winning novella "The Old Man and the Sea?"(AP)

        SNAPPY SEVEN

        On May 4, 1953, Ernest Hemingway received the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novella “The Old Man and the Sea.” How well do you know this seminal American work?

        1. What is the name of the protagonist in “The Old Man and the Sea?”

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        A. Pedro

        B. Juan

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        C. Santiago

        D. Feliz

        2. The main character was born in the Canary Islands but resides where?

        A. Spain

        B. Portugal

        C. Dominican Republic

        D. Cuba

        3. What species of fish is snared by the old man?

        A. swordfish

        B. tuna

        C. mackerel

        D. marlin

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        4. Before making his catch, the main character had gone how many days without catching a fish?

        A. 28

        B. 56

        C. 84

        D. 112

        5. The book was adapted into a 1958 movie starring which two-time Academy Award winner?

        A. Anthony Quinn

        B. Gary Cooper

        C. Spencer Tracy

        D. Peter Ustinov

        6. The correct answer to Question 5 previously collaborated with “The Old Man and the Sea” director John Sturges, who helmed the actor to a Cannes Film Festival award for which film?

        A. “Marty”

        B. “Bad Day at Black Rock”

        C. “Spartacus”

        D. “Zorba the Greek”

        7. The year before Hemingway won his Pulitzer, which author received the prize in the same category for “The Caine Mutiny?”

        A. James Agee

        B. Herman Wouk

        C. MacKinlay Kantor

        D. William Faulk

        CEREBRAL MATH

        Identify the number in each part of the clue and perform simple arithmetic to solve.

        1. Subtract the number of English kings named Henry from the number associated with triskaidekaphobia.

        2. Divide the number of absolute fewest points needed to win a set of tennis by the number of bits in a byte and add that total to the number of red stripes on the American flag.

        3. Add the number of tons in the title of the popular Tennessee Ernie Ford song of the 1950s with the number of letters in the country name for which Montevideo is its capital.

        ORDERLY CONDUCT

        Place the following items in the proper order.

        1. Arrange these Shakespearean works in chronological order from earliest to most recent, according to setting: “Macbeth,” “Othello,” “Julius Caesar,” “Henry IV, Part 1”

        2. Position these major metropolis American counties from easternmost to westernmost: Cook, Harris, Clark, King, Suffolk

        3. Place these units from smallest to largest: proton, electron, mole, molecule, atom

        BIT BY BIT

        Solve the multipart clues to form the answers to these three professional sports franchises.

        Example: boulder + first person pronoun + Mozart biopic = (Rock) + (me) + (Amadeus) or “Rock Me Amadeus”

        1. Patron saint of winemakers from Saragossa + pianist Cliburn or Oscar winner Heflin + ancient Chinese board game using stones

        2. Country once part of the Soviet Republic + French word for water + Stanford hoops star Adam drafted by the Atlanta Hawks

        3. Surname of powerful media family in “Succession” + German-speaking, Alpen microstate

        YOU COMPLETE ME

        Fill in the blanks with the proper answers to these three classic TV-related quizzes.

        Farrah Fawcett

        Jaclyn Smith

        Kate Jackson

        Cheryl Ladd

        _____________________

        Tanya Roberts

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        "temporary layoffs /

        easy-credit ripoffs /

        _____________________ /

        hangin’ in a chow line /

        Ain’t we lucky we got 'em? Good times."

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        Gilligan

        Skipper

        Thurston

        _____________________

        The Professor

        Mary Ann

        Ginger

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        ANSWERS

        SNAPPY SEVEN: 1. C; 2. D; 3. D; 4. C; 5. C; 6. B; 7. B

        CEREBRAL MATH: 1. five; 2. ten; 3. 23

        ORDERLY CONDUCT: 1. Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Henry IV Part I, Othello; 2. Suffolk, Cook, Harris, Clark, King; 3. electron, proton, atom, molecule, mole

        BIT BY BIT: 1. Vincent van Gogh; 2. Georgia O’Keeffe; 3. Roy Lichtenstein

        YOU COMPLETE ME: 1. Shelley Hack; 2. scratchin’ and survivin'; 3. Lovey (Thurston Howell’s wife)

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