The Top 20 #LiteraryTurducken Tweets

Thanksgiving has inspired a new popular hashtag on Twitter: #LiteraryTurducken.

Publishing company Doubleday placed the hashtag in Twitter’s oven Tuesday (Nov. 22), asking followers to combine “not one, not two, but three classic works into one, in the spirit of the turkey+duck+chicken creole classic.”

Since then, #LiteraryTurducken has attracted attention from Twitter’s CEO, book publishers and a slew of Twitter users.

Here are the top 20:

  • A People’s Brief History of Time to Kill (@HenryKraemer)
  • The Lion, The Witch, and the War & Peace Like a River (@FSG_Books)
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time to Kill a Mockingbird (@word_beast)
  • Eat Rye, Pray, Love Machine (@BeerVolcano)
  • The Dark Days of My Darling, My Green Eggs and Hamburger Halpin (@mary_lynn_k)
  • The Awkward Age of Innocents Abroad (@radhikajones)
  • Go, Dog, Go Tell it on the Brokeback Mountain (@zamosta)
  • Super Sad True Love in the Time of Magical Thinking (@kikipuffs)
  • The Confessions of a Shopaholic, Opium-eating, English Patient (@aliarikan)
  • Gone With the Wind-Up Bird Chronicles of Narnia (@montuckyliberal)
  • A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Corrections (@Penenberg)
  • The Unbearable Lightness of Being Gone with the Wind in the Willows (@KCStar)
  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Where the Wild Things Are in the Rye (@katysteinmetz)
  • Barbarians at the Gate of My Little House on the Prairie (@katysteinmetz)
  • Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Old Man and the Wide Sargasso Sea (@Chucko78)
  • The Portrait of a Lady Artist as a Young Invisible Man (@AnotherElle)
  • Much Ado About Nothing When Things Fall Apart on the Road (@anneweeks)
  • A Great and Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Gatsby (@TeeEss)
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One response to “The Top 20 #LiteraryTurducken Tweets

  1. Very funny. I’ll be forwarding these. Thank you!

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