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Solution to Frankie and Benjy

Star Rats

by Foggy Brume

Each work on the top is an anagram of a novel whose title comes from a poem. The poets are pictured on the bottom in alphabetical order. For each, use the number underneath the poet to index into the poem that provided the title.

Data for Frankie and Benjy
Danger: Hunted Olympians (HS)A Many-Splendoured ThingHan Suyin1Francis ThompsonThe Kingdom of God/In No Strange Land15D
Patiently Fitting Walls (ML'E)A Swiftly Tilting PlanetMadeleine L'Engle2Conrad AikenMorning Song From "Senlin"3R
Hook Allowed German (TW)Look Homeward, AngelThomas Wolfe3John MiltonLycidas6A
Dent's Shingle (AC)Endless NightAgatha Christie4William BlakeAuguries of Innocence10F
Thirteenth Design (FSF)Tender Is the NightF. Scott Fitzgerald5John KeatsOde to a Nightingale11T
Unitarian Shines (LH)A Raisin in the SunLorraine Hansberry6Langston HughesHarlem2A
Buy Unconstrained Urn (BB)In a Sunburned CountryBill Bryson7Dorothea MackellarMy Country6N
All Spartan Fight (CA)Things Fall ApartChinua Achebe8W. B. YeatsThe Second Coming13I
Wide, When Tonight (MM)Gone With the WindMargaret Mitchell9Ernest DowsonNon Sum Qualis Eram Bonae Sub Regno Cynarae6M
Right-Wing Whiskey Absconded (MA)I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsMaya Angelou10Paul Laurence DunbarSympathy5A
Sup? Handstand's Delusion (KH)A Thousand Splendid SunsKhaled Hosseini11Saib TabriziKabul5L