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21 Works of Classic Literature As Interpreted By Donald Trump

Donald Trump holds up a Bible during the Values Voter Summit ( AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

As Wednesday night’s debate came to a close, a new hashtag launched on Twitter. #TrumpBookReport took classic novels and interpreted them in Trump’s notorious speaking style.

The hashtag launched after Antonio French, an alderman and candidate for mayor of St. Louis, Miss., attacked Trump’s foreign policy answers, saying they sound “like a book report from a teenager who hasn’t read the book.” Naturally, quite a few of Clinton’s denials could also foot that bill, but Trump’s style makes him a perfect viral social media machine.

Below are 22 classic (and not-so-classic) novels interpreted in a Trumpian fashion. Enjoy!

1. The Great Gatsby.

2. Death of a Salesman.

3. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

4. Moby Dick.

Next Page: Was Helen a 10? The Illiad and Lord of the Rings.

5. The Illiad.

6. Sleeping Beauty.

7. The Lord of the Rings.

8. Romeo and Juliet.

Next Page: Don Quixote and The DaVinci Code.

9. Don Quixote.

10. Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

11. Les Miserables.

12. The DaVinci Code.

Next Page: OEDIPUS REX, and Trump’s real opinion of Voldemort…

13. All Quiet on the Western Front.

14. Pride and Prejudice.

15. Oedipus Rex.

16. Harry Potter.

Next Page: Fifty Shades of Trump, and THE WALL of ice…

17. Fifty Shades of Grey.

18. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

19. A Game of Thrones.

20. The Hobbit.

21. The Grapes of Wrath.