Literary Classics Something To Tweet About
DAVID GREENE, host:
Good morning. I'm David Greene.
Have you had enough of Twitter? Think it's whittled our lives down to 140 characters. Well, prepare to be more unnerved. The publisher Penguin has commissioned a new volume of books. Well, if you can call them books. Two college students are compressing literary classics into 20 tweets or less. It's called Twitterature. Guess we've got the Cliff Notes of the 21st century. If you've got a short attention span and you want to enjoy Shakespeare, well, have at it.
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