Children’s Literature (6-9-22) – Fikkle Fame


Today’s (6/9/2022) Final Jeopardy question in the ‘Children’s Literature’ category was:

First published in French in 1943, this book has been called the most translated non-religious work, rendered in over 300 languages.

3x champ Eric Ahasic, a meteorologist from Minneapolis, MN, now has $75,601 in the plus column. In Game 4, his opponents are: Allison MacDonald, an attorney from Randolph, NJ; and Sean McGratha college professor from Washington, DC.

Round 1 Categories: Ancient History – Abridged TV – One Letter Name Change – Book It! – Pump-pourri – Silent W Words

Eric has found the Jeopardy! Daily Double round in “Ancient History” below $1,000 on the third round pick. He was leading with $1,400. No one else was on the board yet. Eric made it a real Daily Double and he was RIGHT.

By the 2nd millennium BCE, these sailors had cities or settlements from the eastern Mediterranean to North Africa To display

WHO ARE THE PHENICIANS?

Eric finished first with $8,400. Sean was second with $3,800 and Allison was last with $3,200. All clues have been shown.

Round 2 Categories: Introducing Jeopcoin! – Classical Music – Country of the Waterfall – That’s Not a President – ​​Drink Up Pop Culture – Words of Comfort

Eric found the first Daily Double in “Country of the Waterfall” under $1,200 on the round’s second pick. He was in the lead with $8,800, $5,000 more than Sean in second place. Eric made it a real Daily Double and he was RIGHT.

Corra Linn, part of Clyde Falls To display

WHAT IS SCOTLAND?

Eric got the last Daily Double in “Classical Music” under $800 as the 13th pick in the round. He was in the lead with $22,000 now, $16,000 more than Allison in second place. Eric bet $5,000 and he was RIGHT.

“Saturn, the bearer of old age” was Gustav Holst’s favorite part in this work of his To display

WHAT IS “THE PLANETS”?

Eric finished in the lead with a runaway of $32,600. Allison was second with $10,400 and Sean was last with $5,800. All clues have been shown.

TWO of the contestants got Final Jeopardy! right.

WHAT IS “THE LITTLE PRINCE”?

“The Little Prince” is a children’s book written and illustrated by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It was first published in French and English (as “The Little Prince”) in the United States in 1943. Time Magazine wrote about how the author’s own experiences inspired “The Little Prince”: “At the most obvious level, the plane crash that begins the story, through which the narrator meets the main character, reflects a real misadventure that left the author stranded in the Sahara in the midst of the 1930s… Saint-Exupéry had already published “Wind, Sand and Stars” in 1939, an account of the ordeal in the Saharan desert, embellished with striking descriptions of hallucinations and mirages. “The Little Prince” will only be published in France until the fall of the Vichy regime in 1944. That same year, Saint-Exupéry disappeared forever during a wartime reconnaissance flight over Europe, never benefiting financially from his his most famous work. The wreckage of his plane was discovered at sea 60 years ago. rd in 2006.

Translated into over 300 languages ​​and dialects, “The Little Prince” is one of the best-selling books of all time. Many adaptations have been made of it, including for film, television, ballet and opera.



Sean understood. He bet $5,799 and finished with $11,599.

Allison got it too. She bet $2,000 and finished with $12,400.

Eric thought it was “Goodnight, Moon” (first published in 1947 in English). He only lost $2,400 and won the game with $30,200. Eric’s 4-day total is $105,801. Curiously, Ryan Long had exactly the same total after his 5th victory.

Final Jeopardy (06/09/2022) Eric Ahasic, Allison MacDonald, Sean McGrath

2 triple stumpers from the last lap:

WATERFALL COUNTRY ($2000) Reichenbach Falls

DRINK UP POP CULTURE ($2000) In “Another Round,” this actor plays one of four Copenhagen teachers who tests out a theory about drinking

More clues on page 2

2 years ago: NONE of the players got this FJ in ‘Notable Brits’

When this man died in a motorcycle accident in 1935, Churchill said his “pace of life was faster and more intense than usual” To display

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