Are CliffsNotes (well, it ws Cliff's Notes when I was in school) still too long for you?

Then you need this: RinkWorks' Book-A-Minute website where you can catch up on all the classic literature you've been meaning to read. For example:

The Catcher In the Rye by J.D. Salinger
Holden Caulfield: “Angst angst angst swear curse swear crazy crazy angst swear curse, society sucks, and I’m a stupid jerk.”

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Mr. Darcy: "Nothing is good enough for me."
Ms. Elizabeth Bennet: "I could never marry that proud man."
(They change their minds.)

Link - via Flavorwire

Previously on Neatorama: Movie-A-Minute (by the same people)

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Lame. These would be a lot funnier if the guy actually read the books. Or is that the joke? Either way, it's a fail.

What "swear curse swear" is he talking about? "goddamn" and "crumby"? Holden goes so far as to ERASE the only "bad" word in the entire book!

Also: In Of Mice and Men, George did not shoot Lennie's dog. Nobody shot Lennie's dog. Book a Minute could of at least read the CliffNotes.
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