LIT LIBS!



The established classics, and the obscure curiosities -- all require your help to polish, update, or essentially demolish them. You know the routine. So let's go...
le Marquis Déjà Dû


NOTE: I'm working out some bugs with this.
If the output page does not load completely,
I've found hitting the back button, then the forward button
of your browser will work as a 'patch'
until I'm more comfortable with JavaScripting. --mdd

CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON:
THE TELL-TALE HEART by Edgar Allan Poe
GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell
TO MARION by Lord Byron
THREE SISTERS by Anton Chekhov
LES MISÉRABLES by Victor Hugo
HAMLET by William Shakespeare
THE BIBLE


EXAMPLE

Been a while since you've played Mad Libs?
Look at the sample form and output below to refresh your memory.
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HAMLET
BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
AND YOU!

To grope, or not to grope, that is the question:-- Whether 'tis nobler in the leg, to mash up the mint juleps and children of outrageous homicidal maniacs, or to take arms against a sea of groupies, and, by opposing, violate them? -- to bark, -- to pilfer, -- Not me;-- and, by a sleep, to say we violate?