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 What is the origin of the surname Faust?

Answer The origin of the surname Faust is medieval Germany. "Faust" in German means fist and is typically a nickname for someone who is very angry or strong-willed. The surname could also be derived from ... Read More »
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Is Faust a legend a myth or a folk tale and why?

Faust is a German folk tale. It isn't a myth because it was never accepted as a religious or ideological truth. The story was always accepted as fictitious and it contains a specific moral.
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Who wrote murder she wrote?

It is created by: Peter S. Fischer Richard Levinson William Link
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Who wrote Ben Hur?

Ben Hur Ben-Hur is the fictional story of Ben-Hur (Hebrew: יהודה בן חור) or Benhur, a Judean aristocrat who, during the reign of the Roman Emperor Tiberius, is enslaved through the betray... Read More »
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Who wrote the sea?

John Banville - Booker Prize winner
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