Sunday, January 16, 2011
Short and sweet
Every now and then comes a book so brilliant yet so simple that you could have written it yourself. If only you thought of doing it first. Which is why it's so galling that the writers who beat you two it are two 19-year-old students.
Twitteratureis great literature as told on Twitter. Beat's Cole's Notes.
Emma -- The only way to take care of Knightley is to marry him.
Pride & Prejudice -- I suppose I love Darcy now, after all this.
Wuthering Heights -- Catherine has married the twattling tool across the street.
King Lear -- Nix that. Cordelia dead.
Medea -- Jason very unhappy I murdered the children.
Oedipus -- MILF
Romeo & Juliet -- @Montague, @Capulet: Can't we all just get along?
The Picture of Dorian Gray -- Oops. Grew old all at once.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight -- You think if you cut off someone's head, he'll die, but not in Camelot.
Lady Chatterley's Lover -- I'm def preggers with his baby.
The Tempest (the last bit) -- STAGE DIVE!!! Catch me, please?