We asked the BuzzFeed Community to show us the best literary-themed Halloween costumes they've ever had. Here are the results (that might get you inspired for your own costume)! 1. Channel your inner Kathy Bates. buzzfeed.com Annie Wilkes from Misery. —darlenehowellm 2. Or slip into some Jane Austen cosplay. buzzfeed.com Elizabeth Bennett! —amandaf43c7e47c4 3. This one's a little more challenging to move in. buzzfeed.com Ygritte from A Song of Ice and Fire. (Specifically when she was captured) —mckate 4. And this one is guaranteed to be a showstopper. buzzfeed.com I did my senior thesis on Edgar Allan Poe, so the following fall Edgar Allan Ho was only fitting. —jensartanowicz 5. There's always the old magical standby. buzzfeed.com The real colors of Gryffindor, with my homemade wand —n4f33197f7 6. It's A-OK to be inspired by YA. buzzfeed.com Isabelle Lightwood from The Mortal Instruments- —chloekuri 7. Or maybe you're more into something 1920s. buzzfeed.com Daisy from the Great Gatsby —brissiebuzzer 8. Impress your high school English teacher with this one. buzzfeed.com Senior year of high school, I came to school as Hester Prynne. Sadly, my costume wasn’t nearly as good as the one in this post, but I brought a baby Pearl around school with me all day. My high school was a magnet school for the arts, so we took our Halloween costumes VERY seriously. This one was certainly a teacher favorite! —aldonoho 9. Break out the fake eyelashes for this one. buzzfeed.com This past Halloween, I dressed as one of my favorite literary characters, Alex from A Clockwork Orange. —taylors61 10. You can never go wrong with a pun. buzzfeed.com Tequila mockingbird: wings with tequila brands all over me. —veronicao4de07f999 11. Or two. buzzfeed.com "Gonzo journalism." No one got it of course! —ntoombs44 12. A Shakespeare costume is anything but tragic. buzzfeed.com We were Lord and Lady Macbeth (I was Lady Macbeth). It was a ton of fun and one of my favorite recent costumes. —charlierays 13. Unless you want it to be. buzzfeed.com Ophelia from Hamlet. "There's rosemary, that's for remembrance. Pray you, love, remember." —lizziejanee 14. And you can even use it to wax philosophical. buzzfeed.com Last year I went as the troubled prince Hamlet. As a high school teacher, I couldn't resist this play on the classic Hamlet line for my Instagram caption: "Alas, poor Yorick, your grades were just not that great this quarter. How's that for a scary Halloween?" —michaelan3 15. Two is better than one. buzzfeed.com Sylvia Plath and the woman from The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman —lectitavi 16. Don't be afraid to make your own props. buzzfeed.com Dorian Gray —lolokings 17. Channel Max from Where The Wild Things Are. buzzfeed.com —torim4b1d32c44 18. Or be a few characters at once. buzzfeed.com My take on Charlotte's Web —missceriss 19. Think outside the box. buzzfeed.com Greasers from The Outsiders (except for the two on the left but oh well) —salley123 20. It might end up royally awesome. buzzfeed.com Celaena/Queen Aelin from Throne of Glass and Prince Rowan. —emilyr4610d5251 21. Remember: dogs make EVERY costume better. buzzfeed.com Hermione Granger and Hairy Pawter ?⚡ —kinseyh2 22. Be sure to Tess to impress. buzzfeed.com Tess of the D'urbervilles. I'm such a literature nerd! My AP Lit teacher got excited and took a picture to send to his wife. Good times. —dsdaras 23. Or just raid your toolbox. buzzfeed.com I was Tom Sawyer one year —demib3 24. It's going to be a trés bon Halloween! buzzfeed.com Madeline —leaa4b42c97ce Want to be featured on BuzzFeed? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!