Books I Occasionally Reference But Have Never Actually Read

I will definitely maybe one day read these but until then I'm gonna use my bull shitting abilities to appear more well read than I am.
  1. Catch 22
    I think everyone does this right? I mean I guess some people have read the book but I think it's pretty common to use the phrase catch 22.
  2. Catcher in the Rye
    This is probably the most dishonest one because I always use Holden Caulfield as a example of an unreliable narrator.
  3. 1984
    I'm pretty sure this book would really interest me but instead of reading it I've watched all 18 seasons of Big Brother so I feel like I get the general sense of the book.
  4. Lolita
    One part of the feminist in me has definitely used this in arguments but the other part of the feminist in me totally refuses to even read this book.
  5. Fahrenheit 451
    Where else do you go when debating about extreme censorship?
  6. Honorary Mention: Lord of the Rings
    Of course I've occasionally dropped a "my precious" here or there but I did read The Hobbit and watched some of the movies so I think it's allowed.
  7. Honorary Mention: Sophie's Choice
    This is based off a book but I'm pretty sure any time I reference it I'm referring to the movie with Meryl Streep that I have also never seen.