Books Ruined by Technology: Classics Part II


Ever wonder how some classic novels might be ruined by technology? We did! Dear reader, read with caution as there are spoilers ahead.

Harold and the Purple Crayon: Would Harold have a purple crayon or a tablet?

Mrs. Dalloway probably wouldn't have left the house to buy flowers if she could design a bouquet online and have the flowers delivered.

The The Secret Garden might not be so secret if you use aerial view on Google maps.

Hey, thirteen-year-old Brian's parents probably wouldn't have sent him and his expensive smartphone into northern Canada without a shatterproof and waterproof case, right? Then there wouldn't be much of a plot to Hatchet, right?

If nearly everyone has cell phones these day, hop on the plane's WiFi to text for help as your plane crashes in Lord of the Flies.

I wonder if Tom Sawyer in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer would fake his death since everyone wants to keep their Snapchat streaks alive.

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