back to top
Community

If 19th Century Novels Had Clickbait Titles

Ever wonder what classic authors' titles would have been if they had to rely on clicks?

Posted on

1. I Realized I Loved My Aging Brother-in-Law Once My Best Friend Fell For Him

Emma
Via blogger.com

Emma

2. I Didn’t Approve of My Sister’s Boring Suitor Until My Own Boring Suitor Nursed Me Back to Health

Sense and Sensibility
Via frockflicks.com

Sense and Sensibility

3. I Caught My Fiancé Cheating on Me With the Sister of the Man I Really Loved

Mansfield Park
The Jane Austen Film Club / Via blogger.com

Mansfield Park

4. I Turned Down My Love Interest’s Marriage Proposal and Said Yes Years Later When He Got Rich

Persuasion
Lost in British TV / Via blogger.com

Persuasion

5. My Fiancé Had a Secret Mentally Ill Wife Locked in the Attic

Jane Eyre
The New York Times / Via static01.nyt.com

Jane Eyre

6. I Fell in Love With My Adopted Brother Even Though My Other Brother Made Him a Servant

Wuthering Heights
Sinuous Magazine / Via sinuousmag.com

Wuthering Heights

7. I Don’t Care If My Uptight British Circle Thinks I’m a Loose American for Dating an Italian

Daisy Miller
Literary Ramblings / Via literaryramblings.com

Daisy Miller

8. I Became a Kept Woman for $20 and then Gave My Keeper $20 When I Left Him

Sister Carrie
Stephanie Berger. / ?Stephanie Berger Photography. / Via sistercarrie.com

Sister Carrie

9. My Sister’s Husband Proposed to Me First But He Was Like a Brother

Little Women
Pinterest / Via pinterest.com

Little Women

10. I Followed a Rabbit Down a Hole and Found the Secret to Losing—and Gaining—Weight

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
DVDizzy.com / Via dvdizzy.com

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

This post was created by a member of BuzzFeed Community, where anyone can post awesome lists and creations. Learn more or post your buzz!