Lady Catherine de Bourgh: Miss Bennet, are you engaged to Mr. Darcy?!— SparkNotes (@SparkNotes) August 14, 2019
no holden caufield but people do be kinda phony— giabuchi (@jaboukie) January 30, 2020
can’t really figure out a way to phrase this but mr darcy really is like…. a reverse manic pixie dream girl huh. like, a manic pixie dream girl for women. a depressed elf nightmare man.— pale chub (@levraanan) September 14, 2018
DEVIL: You shall stay forever young, but this picture of you will bear the marks of your sin!— Avery Edison (@aedison) March 18, 2018
DORIAN: Can I hide it?
DEVIL: Well, yes, but—
DORIAN: And there are no other consequences?
DEVIL: This… This picture will become so foul!
DORIAN: Again, probably I’ll hide the picture.
Today I picked up Great Expectations and was suddenly struck with the knowledge that Miss Havisham is probably not very old at all, actually, so I looked it up, and at the beginning of the book, she is, according to Dickens' notes, "scarcely forty."— Kristen Hanley Cardozo #COLA4ALL (@KHandozo) February 15, 2020
my 2 month old: i cant sleep daddy i’m afraid of frankenstein— no (@punished_picnic) August 7, 2019
me: haha dont you mean frankenstein’s monster
my 3 month old: i do not. personally i find unethical and irresponsible scientific practice far more terrifying than any physical being and so should you
There are two wolves inside you. One is Virginia Woolf. The other is Beowulf. You are an Introduction to English Literature syllabus.— Austin Gilkeson (@osutein) June 9, 2019
wife: I wish you'd stop bringing your work home with you— Elvish Presley (@_elvishpresley_) January 6, 2019
Dr Frankenstein: he has a name
wife: DOES HE
you: let’s get this bread— iain robertson (@yoiain) January 6, 2019
j.d. salinger, an intellectual: let’s catch this rye
no one:— yohana desta (@yohanadesta) December 6, 2019
jay gatsby: https://t.co/EGPTO5kW8l
her: my fantasy is eating whipped cream off each other, what’s yours— Christopher Ashman (@CAshmanActor) September 17, 2019
JRR Tolkien: *big breath in*
the green light from great gatsby was from a juul— kate (@kate_stumps) June 12, 2018
Personally, I feel Romeo and Juliet could’ve handled the situation better— Alléy Manyol (@ScHoolBoy__A) June 10, 2019
169 years since Tolstoy bought the unnecessary horse pic.twitter.com/Z9u1dzqIxr— Elle Hunt (@elle_hunt) January 25, 2020
Stay past the credits of Little Women to see Jane Eyre step out of the shadows and tell Jo, “I’m putting a team together.”— Jennifer Wright (@JenAshleyWright) December 28, 2019
The most depressing part of LITTLE WOMEN (1869) is not when Beth dies but when Jo's short story wins a prize of $100, reminding any fellow writers reading the book that freelance rates have remained roughly stable SINCE THE RECONSTRUCTION ERA— Jennifer Morrow (@jenniferemorrow) December 27, 2019