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Sure, you know about Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, but have you seen these 14 other classic twists?
In this story by Lauren Baratz-Logsted, Emily is fed up with being the middle child. So when she gets an assignment to change a classic novel, she chooses Little Women.
Seth Grahame-Smith expands on the beloved Jane Austen novel with comedic scenes of zombie mayhem.
Author Cindy Jones tells the story of a contemporary woman, Lily, who spends the summer at a Jane Austen literary festival.
The Dashwood sisters are sent to live on an island filled with giant lobsters and two-headed sea creatures in this parody novel by Ben H. Winters.
In this retelling of Hamlet, Latifah Salom features a female main character who is just as unstable as the original.
In this adaptation by Sara Benincasa, a young girl heads to the Hamptons for the summer, where she encounters drama similar to that in The Great Gatsby.
April Lindner weaves modern romance and mystery in this retelling of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights.
Swapping Christmas with Valentine's Day, David Levithan takes his character Ben through a Dickens-like past, present and future.
Serving as a prequel to the Frankenstein classic, this novel by Kenneth Oppel gives you a glimpse of Victor Frankenstein's life before his monstrous creation.
This remake by China Miéville turns the classic Moby Dick tale into a science-fiction thriller.
Francesca Segal recasts The Age of Innocence into a smart and funny tale of a modern twentysomething.
Before Wendy came along, Tiger Lily was the object of Peter Pan's affection in Jodi Lynn Anderson's reimagined version of the original tale.
What would happen if Romeo were the enemy instead of the love interest? Stacey Jay answers that question in her modern adaptation.
Spun from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, this novel by Celia Rees is set in Elizabethian England where Violetta must revive her kingdom.
Paige Harbison retells the story of Rebecca through the eyes of someone haunted by the past of a missing girl.
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