Have you tried your hand at the Literary London Quiz in today's Guardian?
We did, and wow are we embarrassed by our ignorance. We scored a measly ten out of twenty!
It starts off pretty easy (we got six out of the first seven questions correct) but then it gets really evil (What did William Cobbett, 19th-century radical and author of Rural Rides, call London?) and, to be honest, we panicked a little.
Oh well, have a go and come back and tell us how you fair (but no scoffing please, we can't stand scoffing).