I took Terry Teachout's test and, alas, I don't think I passed. I preferred the more irresponsible, flamboyant, Germanic alternative at least a third of the time: Duke Ellington, Dickens, Tolstoy, hamburgers, Wagner, Johnny Cash, Brando, Olivier, Lucinda Williams, Double Indemnity, Don Giovanni, tragedy, Monet, the Gershwins, Henry James, Cole Porter, Oscar Wilde, the Twenties, Turner, Motown, magazines, Election, Vertigo, opera, electric, Oklahoma, William Shawn, The Wings of the Dove, Winston Churchill, Moby-Dick, Whitman, and bebop. Sounds like a hell of a party. I passed on the dance questions, being a dance dunce, and I can't honestly decide between Mann and Joyce. Overall score: 55%. Nobody's perfect.