n Oscar grand slam: The 1966 film “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” adapted from the Edward Albee play of the same name, is the only movie in history to be nominated for an Academy Award in every category for which it was eligible –13 nominations in all. The five Oscar wins were for Actress, Supporting Actress, Art Direction, Cinematography and Costume Design.

n Adventure books: Where did Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson get the last name of David Balfour, the narrator of his novel “Kidnapped?” We’re pretty sure we know. Mr. Stevenson’s full name was Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson. Balfour was his mother’s maiden name.

What Himalayan ungulate with an unusual name is also called the grunting ox?

A) Aardvark

B) Dik-dik

C) Okapi

D) Yak

Tuesday’s answer: Delusional jealousy is Othello syndrome.

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