Bram Stoker's "Dracula" or Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight"?

Bram Stoker's 1897 novel Dracula may be the seminal vampire book, but Stephenie Meyer's 2005 Twilight has become a phenomenon in its own right. Despite the popularity of both works, the writing quality is considered to be quite different.

So how well can you tell Stoker's classic prose from Meyer's young adult fiction?

Note: Quotations in this quiz are only from the novels themselves, and not from movie adaptations or the other books in the Twilight saga.

1 of 13

"For almost ninety years I've walked among my kind, and yours..."

2 of 13

"I suppose a cry does us all good at times -- clears the air as other rain does."

3 of 13

"When life offers you a dream so far beyond any of your expectations, it's not reasonable to grieve when it comes to an end."

4 of 13

"Despair has its own calms."

5 of 13

"I'd never given much thought to how I would die - though I'd had reason enough in the last few months..."

6 of 13

"All I could do now was to be patient, and to wait the coming of the morning."

7 of 13

"I dare not go out, for I can hear the low howl of the wolf through the broken window."

8 of 13

"Darkness is so predictable..."

9 of 13

"The blood is the life!"

10 of 13

"You are my life now."

11 of 13

"And so the lion fell in love with the lamb..."

12 of 13

"I had now an opportunity of observing him, and found him of a very marked physiognomy."

13 of 13

"Being proposed to is all very nice and all that sort of thing..."