This Is Probably What Would Happen If Literature’s Biggest Romantics Could Text

Flirting is easy to convey through text, but real romance? That’s hard. But, what if you had as strong of a romance game as that of the past literary greats? Would it be possible?

Well, speculate no more, as the people over at SparkNotes just released a series of hilarious text reenactments of literature’s most iconic romance plots.

From Hamlet, to Romeo and Juliet, and even Harry Potter, these ‘conversations’ will remind you why old-fashioned courtship rituals will probably never work in today’s smartphone and social media-centric society.

“Romeo and Juliet” By William Shakespeare

“The Odyssey” By Homer

“The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald

“Wuthering Heights” By Emily Brontë

“Jane Eyre” By Charlotte Brontë

“The Sorrows Of Young Werther” By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

“Pride and Prejudice” By Jane Austen

“Hamlet” By William Shakespeare

“Harry Potter” By J.K Rowling

“Les Misérables” By Victor Hugo

“The Trickster of Seville And The Stone Guest” By Tirso De Molina





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