7 Classic Books Brought to Life

Posted by Shmoop on 3/21/19 11:44 AM
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7 Classic Books 
Brought to Life

 

1. Lord of the Flies

What the stink is a conch?

Hint: it's not the nickname our brother gave us in 3rd grade. We swear.

2. The Harry Potter Series

Is Hermione's hair really that fabulous?

Yes. And don't try to disagree with us.

hermione grander character

3. Romeo and Juliet

Do opposites really attract?

Sometimes with deadly results.

4. To Kill a Mockingbird

What did Boo Radley's porch look like?

It was actually kind of inviting, if you ask us.

5. The Lord of the Rings Series

What did Hobbits look like before Hollywood got its hands on 'em?

Er, don't blame the messenger.

anatomy of a hobbit

6- Animal Farm

What does it all mean?
It's an allegory with a capital(ist) A. To each pig his own, you know?

7- Pride and Prejudice

Who loves (and lusts) whom?
It's complicated. Like, really, really complicated.

pride and prejudice love connection

 

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