Quiz: Literary Villains by BehindTheShelves April 29, 2021 Heroes seem to be all of the talk during Mini-Con, but do you think you know all the meanest, most villainous characters? Put your knowledge to the test with this fun quiz on literary villains! Literary Villains Quiz This Harry Potter professor punished students by making them write lines with a cursed quill. Albus Dumbledore Dolores Umbridge Severus Snape In Stephen King’s book “IT”, this ancient alien creature preys upon children every 27 years. Pennywise Alex the Clown Hannibal Lecter In this book, Amy Dunne disappears on her fifth wedding anniversary, leaving her husband Nick as the suspect. Gone Girl The Silent Patient The Girl on the Train This play features a Lady villain in a sleepwalking scene that is one of the most famous scenes of all of Shakespeare’s plays. King Lear Macbeth Romeo and Juliet This villain is described as Batman’s greatest nemesis. Lex Luther Darseid The Joker Agatha Trunchbull is the nasty headmistress in this Roald Dahl book. Matilda Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Annie This actor played Hannibal Lecter in the film version of Thomas Harris’ The Silence of the Lambs. Anthony Hopkins Robert DeNiro Tom Hanks Count Olaf is the main villain of this children’s series. Harry Potter Series of Unfortunate Events Alice in Wonderland This sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale gives more information into the background of villain Aunt Lydia. The Mockingjay The Testaments The Blind Assassin President Snow in The Hunger Games is the ruthless leader of this nation. Gilead Panem Eurasia CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Close How is the information I enter in this webform being protected? Any information you send using this webform is protected in transit with SSL encryption.Visit our Privacy Statement, opens in a new window, opens a new window to learn more about how your personal information is handled and protected. Information submitted in this webform is secure. Learn More about sending data over email.