Great Works of Literature on Twitter
I’ve recently joined the ranks of those who Twitter. (Okay – you can stop laughing/ crying/ booing etc.
I find it fascinating for keeping up with family and friends (yes – I do have a few).
Earlier today I came across a link to someone who had started Tweeting the Great Works of Literature. Now, with only 140 characters to play with, there is a challenge.
Here are some I particularly like:
Samuel Beckett’s bleak play Waiting for Godot is reduced to: “Vladimir and Estragon stand next to tree and wait for Godot. Their status is not updated.”
Pride and Prejudice
janeaustin: Woman meets man called Darcy who seems horrible. He turns out to be nice really. They get together.
Bridget Jones’s Diary
helenfielding: RT @janeaustin Woman meets man called Darcy who seems horrible. He turns out to be nice really. They get together.
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