WHAT WRITERS OF THE PAST WOULD TWEET ➕

  1. Cervantes
    ¡Hola! Echa un vistazo a estos molinos de viento! Http://justkidding.cervantes.fu
  2. Shakespeare
    What is this form of birdish song? Holla!
  3. James Joyce
    yes I will tweet I will tweet yes I will yes I will yes
  4. William Faulkner
    Hello I tweet you are under the tree it is dark when will the words run out and I upon this cow
  5. E. E. Cummings
    Hel((( l o.!! {}p1l2e3as4e5 R6T7
  6. Emily Dickenson
    The Soul selects her own Twitter followers — Then — shuts the browser — To her divine Majority — Present no more —
  7. Charles Bukowski
    <—— barfs on keyboard
  8. Dante Aligheri
    Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself with no followers.
  9. Ernest Hemingway
    When you have posted one tweet flying you have posted all tweets flying. They are all different and they fly in different ways but the sensation is the same and the last one is as good as the first.
  10. Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
    Poo-tee-weet?
  11. Cormac McCarthy
    And the fledgling vocalization in this desolate place became as salitter to banish the gorgons of transmuted isolation intimidation and fear and it cried out and it was no more.
    Suggested by   @gwcoffey
  12. Victor Hugo
    THE TWEET: From time to time beginning in the late spring of 1847 up to the present time I have made several attempts, in 140 “charactes" t… [merde!]
    Suggested by   @gwcoffey
  13. F. Scott Fitzgerald
    Gatsby, he believed in the power of a tweet, the organic social media future that year by year recedes us. It eludes us on Instagram and Facebook, but that's no matter--tomorrow we will tweet faster, stretch our word limits out longer..,And then one fine morning -- So we tweet on, tweets against the frenzy, borne back ceaselessly into the past
    Suggested by   @Danni