#MakeClassicNovelsModern Trends As Social Media Updates Books for 2017

By Erica Abbott

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School is officially back in session for millions of students around the world. The start of a brand-new school year brings creative lesson plans, fresh textbooks all new reading lists filled with classic novels, such as George Orwell’s “1984,” F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye” and Harper Lee’s “To Kill A Mockingbird.”

Thanks to HuffPost Comedy‘s weekly hashtag game, Twitter users put a modern twist on classic works of literature with #MakeClassicNovelsModern. “Charlotte’s Web” was given a technological upgrade, “Little Women” was combined with a feminist movement and “1984” was once again compared to the current political state of America. The silly revisions would no doubt transform any teacher’s syllabus.

Take a look at how social media modernized some classic novels below:

Social Media Hilariously Updates Classic Books with #MakeClassicNovelsModern

The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy S7 #MakeClassicNovelsModern

— Rishabh Sharma (@im_srishabh21) September 5, 2017

The Ke$ha in the Rye#MakeClassicNovelsModern

— Corey Miller (@StopEatingBees) September 5, 2017

Ikea Things Fall Apart #MakeClassicNovelsModern @HuffPostComedy

— View from my Office (@viewfrommyoffic) September 5, 2017

Charlotte’s Webcam #MakeClassicNovelsModern

— David E (@DaSkrambledEgg) September 5, 2017

Nasty Little Women #MakeClassicNovelsModern pic.twitter.com/5s67O4Fxgb

— Portmanteau Jones (@SadlyCatless) September 5, 2017

Trump’s Prideful & Prejudice #MakeClassicNovelsModern

— Cassandra (@More2Cassandra) September 5, 2017

Meh Expectations

#MakeClassicNovelsModern

— Dreamweasel (@Dreamweasel) September 5, 2017

The Diary of Antifa Terrorist Anne Frank #MakeClassicNovelsModern @HuffPostComedy

— Ben (@benisyourhero) September 5, 2017

And Then There Were Man Buns #MakeClassicNovelsModern

— Jimish (@jimishbathia) September 5, 2017

Tinder is the Night #MakeClassicNovelsModern @HuffPostComedy

— Paul Lander (@paul_lander) September 5, 2017

Twenty Seventeen by George Orwell#MakeClassicNovelsModern pic.twitter.com/07uX7sTx5s

— Nolene Dougan (@NoleneDougan) September 5, 2017

How would you make a classic novel more modern? Which of the classic updates from social media is your favorite? Sound off in the comments section below!

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