Monday’s questions were:
1. Who said, “Curiosity is freewheeling intelligence.”?
2. Who wrote The Sundowners?
3. Where in New Zealand is Sebastopol Hill and who is commemorated by the cairn on top of it?
4. Which country has the lowest high point?
5. What is an epistrophe?
Tuesday’s answers follow the break.
1. Alistair Cooke.
2. Jon Cleary.
3. Totara, North Otago. It commemorates Thomas Brydone, frozen meat industry pioneer.
4. The Maldives (2.3 metres according to Wikipedia).
5. The repetition of a word or expression at the end of successive sentences. An example is Lincoln’s “of the people for the people by the people.