1B. H.G. Wells
The Time Machine, which was published in 1895, was set in the very distant future.
2D. The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Charles Dickens, the English novelist, died in 1870, leaving behind an unfinished novel that was published as The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
3B. The Silmarillion
Tolkien died in 1973, and The Silmarillion was published in 1977.
Emily Brontë wrote only Wuthering Heights. It was published in 1847, and she died soon afterward.
5B. Brave New World
Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World contains all the classic elements of a dystopian novel—a work, often futuristic, in which society is portrayed in its ugliest, most degraded form.
6C. Robinson Crusoe
Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe was published in 1719, making it an 18th-century novel.
7C. Charlotte Brontë
Jane Eyre was the first novel by Charlotte Brontë to be published. The novel came out in October 1847, only six weeks after it had been accepted for publication.