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    28 Brilliant Works Of Literary Graffiti

    From Animal Farm to Slaughterhouse-Five.

    1. Alice's Adventures In Wonderland – Lewis Carroll. London, UK.

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    2. Generation of Swine – Hunter S. Thompson. Brooklyn, NY.

    3. Samuel Beckett – Camden, London.

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    4. Animal Farm – George Orwell. Singapore.

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    5. Catch–22 – Joseph Heller. Copenhagen, Denmark.

    6. Timequake – Kurt Vonnegut. Melbourne, Australia.

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    7. Howl, Parts I & II – Allen Ginsberg. Boulder, CO.

    8. 1984 – George Orwell. Swansea, Wales.

    9. Watership Down – Richard Adams. Virginia, US.

    10. Homage to The Catcher In The Rye – J.D. Salinger. San Francisco, CA.

    11. The Handmaid's Tale – Margaret Atwood.

    12. The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell – William Blake. Sydney, Australia.

    13. Voltaire. Prague, Czech Republic.

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    "Love, of all passions, is the strongest, because it addresses both the head, heart and body."

    14. The Little Prince – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

    15. Macbeth – William Shakespeare. Brisbane, Australia.

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    16. The Catcher In The Rye – J.D. Salinger. Ann Arbor, MI.

    17. Life doesn't frighten me – Maya Angelou. London, UK.

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    18. The Fellowship of the Ring – J.R.R. Tolkien.

    19. The Crying Of Lot 49 – Thomas Pynchon. New York. NY.

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    20. I’m Nobody! Who are you? – Emily Dickinson.

    21. She Walks In Beauty – Lord Byron. London, UK.

    22. A Dream Within a Dream – Edgar Allan Poe. London, UK.

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    23. Slaughterhouse-Five – Kurt Vonnegut.

    24. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone – J.K. Rowling.

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    The entire first chapter written on a school bathroom stall.

    25. The Night Torn Mad With Footsteps – Charles Bukowski. Tbilisi, Georgia.

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    26. Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Newcastle, UK.

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    27. Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72 – Hunter S. Thompson. Vantaa, Finland.

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    28. Charles Dickens. South Bank, London.

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