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Can you pick the classic novel or play by its ending?
Updated Mar 23, 2015
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Literary Works in Other Words
Scrooge decides to stop being a jerk to everyone. That's pretty much it.
Ahab finally harpoons the stupid whale but gets dragged down with it to his death. Metaphors, anyone?
Jim is freed and we all can't help but wonder whether he and _____ had a little somethin' somethin' going on the whole time.
The title character realizes he's been sleeping with his mom, freaks out, blinds himself, and runs away.
A racist southern jury convicts a black man of a crime he didn't commit, he dies, and some jerk tries to kill the lawyer's kids.
He stabs the portrait, which somehow kills him and causes him to instantly become old and ugly.
Winston loves Big Brother.
Lydia runs off with Wickham, Jane and Bingley quit dancing around each other, and Elizabeth and Darcy get over themselves.
The main character gets shot and almost no one shows up for the funeral. The narrator decides that New York sucks and moves back to the midwest.
A woman's baby dies and she somehow ends up nursing a fully grown man in what appears to be Steinbeck's attempt at religious imagery. Every high school kid in America is confused.
'Four legs good, two legs *better*.'
John tears up his witchcraft confession and gets hanged because some stupid teenagers thought it was fun to ruin people's lives.
He *finally* gets home, wins an archery competition, and kills all the idiots who've been trashing his house and hitting on his wife.
The monster has daddy issues and decides to off himself.
The city gets nuked and a bunch of wandering intellectuals sit around talking about phoenixes.
Remember that crazy wife Mr. Rochester was hiding in the attic? She sets the house on fire.
Pip remembers the 'bros before hos' rule, hangs out in Egypt for a while, then reunites with Estella.
Carton does a far, far better thing than he had ever done, aka getting guillotined.
He finally catches the stupid fish, but the sharks eat it.
Edna gets jilted by her lover and drowns herself in the Gulf of Mexico because apparently a husband and two kids isn't enough of a reason to live.
Raskolnikov can't deal with the guilt, finally confesses, and winds up in a gulag.
Gregor dies of shame, his parents are relieved to be rid of him, and his bratty little sister becomes the new golden child.
The most likable character commits suicide, the most amusing character gets lobotomized, and the narrator runs away.
Henry's son is stillborn and his wife dies in childbirth. Hemingway was a jerk.
He never shows up. How existentialist.
Marlow lies to Kurtz's fiance about his final words. Apparently 'the horror... the horror' isn't a cool enough message to go out on.
Molly Bloom lies in bed and mentally rambles about sex in a bunch of giant run-on sentences.
The formerly aristocratic Compson family devolves into a massive pile of fail.
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