Shake It Up
- (2/-1) In this book, Mark Twain writes about a family feud at a river bend heavily damaged by the New Madrid earthquake of 1812.
- (4/-2) Heinrich von Klist\'s novella “The Earthquake in” this country begins with the main character about to commit suicide in a Santiago prison when the quake hits.
- (6/-3) Myron Brinig\'s novel “The Flutter of an Eyelid” ends with this state breaking off of North America in a massive earthquake.
- (8/-4) The 1755 earthquake off the coast of Lisbon, Portugal disrupts this Voltaire novel and its “best of all possible worlds.”
- (10/-5) “After the Quake,” Haruki Purakami\\\'s collection of short stories published in 2000, deals with the aftermath of the 1995 quake that heavily damaged this Japanese city.
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