The Quiz: Chile has an island named after which fictional character?
Winnie the Pooh
Explanation : If you’ve read Daniel Defoe’s 1719 novel and imagined yourself on a deserted island, you’re not alone. But don’t just leave it to the imagination: Robinson Crusoe Island exists in real life. Also called Desert Island, the island is located in the South Pacific and belongs to Chile. It was the inspiration behind Defoe’s novel, and, in 1966, the Chilean government officially renamed the island to reflect its literary lore.
Correct Answer: Robinson Crusoe