1. Holden Caufield
    Ultimate literary fuckboy
  2. Hamlet
  3. Everyone in "Lord of the Flies"
    Fuckboys running amok
  4. Book Five Harry Potter
  5. Gollum
  6. Mr. Collins in "Pride and Prejudice"
  7. Humbert Humbert
  8. Heathcliff
  9. Draco Malfoy
    A hot fuckboy, but a fuckboy nonetheless
  10. Joffrey
  11. Rhett Butler
  12. Marius from "Les Miserables"
  13. Daniel Cleaver from "Bridget Jones' Diary"
  14. Tom Buchanan
  15. Big Brother
  16. Godot
    Rude ass fuckboy
  17. Ferdinand (The Tempest)
    Suggested by @sarakeats
  18. Schmidt (New Girl)
    Suggested by @imc
  19. Iago (From Othello and Aladdin)
    Suggested by @racytracee
  20. St. John Rivers
    Suggested by @egkeller
  21. John Galt
  22. Mr. Kurtz from "Heart of Darkness"
  23. Raskolnikov (Crime and Punishment)
    Suggested by @imc
  24. Lord Marchmain (Brideshead Revisited)
    Suggested by @imc
  25. Mr. Wickham from Pride & Prejudice
    Suggested by @playcait
  26. Tom Sawyer
    Faked his own death to watch his funeral, aggressively thirsty for Becky, fuckboy
  27. Curley from "Of Mice and Men"
  28. Both dudes in "A Separate Peace"
  29. Wang Lung from "The Good Earth"
    Two times O-Lan with Lotus
  30. Bunny from The Secret History
    Suggested by @AsaAkira
  31. Patrick Bateman
    The guy really did love Whitney Houston, though.
    Suggested by @sippey
  32. Tom Ripley
    Oh so talented.
    Suggested by @sippey
  33. Romeo (Romeo and Juliet)
    Whined about failed relationship with Rosaline, got over her .2 seconds after meeting Juliet, married and then died for Juliet like two days later
    Suggested by @emilysteele
  34. The dad from "The Goldfinch"
  35. The Grinch
    Suggested by @brockbiv
  36. Nick from "Gone Girl"
    Suggested by @brockbiv
  37. Arthur Dimmesdale from "The Scarlet Letter"
    Deadbeat dad fuckboy
  38. Zeus in every Greek myth
  39. Scrooge
  40. Paul, the dude who wouldn't stop pulling that girl's pigtails in "Sideways Stories from Wayside School"
  41. Mr. Sir from "Holes"
  42. Matilda's dad
  43. Grandpa Joe from "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"
    Allegedly bedridden but then suddenly good to go when Charlie gets a golden ticket? A complete hanger on to Charlie's success, sketchy fuckboy
  44. Tyler Durden
  45. Laurie from "Little Women"
    Way into Jo, gets rejected, so moves on to her basic younger sister that he knew when she was a child. Creepy fuckboy
  46. Algernon and Jack in The Importance of Being Earnest
    Suggested by @minabird
  47. Ron when he's dating Lavender
    Suggested by @julialongaker
  48. John Proctor -The Crucible
    Cheated on his sick wife with a teenage girl. It don't get more fuckboy than that.
    Suggested by @taner_banana
  49. Patrick Bateman from American Psycho
    Suggested by @tmarchewski
  50. Newland Archer from The Age of Innocence
    I get it, Edith Wharton, he's a victim of ruthless New York society. But come on, man, get your shit together and stand up for yourself.
    Suggested by @jennyanydots
  51. Frankenstein's monster
    Suggested by @ariella
  52. Willoughby from Sense and Sensibility
    Suggested by @skhaley
  53. George Wickham from Pride and Prejudice
    Suggested by @anisha
  54. Edward Rochester - Jane Eyre (doesn't hurt that he was played by Fassbender)
    Suggested by @dwntwnjules
  55. Logan Huntzberger- Gilmore Girls
    Suggested by @emilyannlosey
  56. "Death" in The Book Thief
    Y u gotta kill everyone?
    Suggested by @xtineengels
  57. Severus Snape
    "always" a creep
    Suggested by @xtineengels
  58. Ethan Frome
    Suggested by @xtineengels
  59. Count Olaf
    Suggested by @xtineengels
  60. The Once-ler from The Lorax
    bro chill, trees are cool
    Suggested by @xtineengels
  61. Vronsky from Anna Karenina
    He's like "Hey girl, I love you & only want to be with you, leave your husband & run away with me." Anna, with the help of some kind of Stockholm syndrome (I'm assuming) agrees, goes to Europe with him, makes no friends because SCANDAL. V is like, "tbh I feel a little suffocated, let's go back to Russia." Anna becomes addicted to morphine and loses her social status. Vronsky is basically an a-lister and is like, "don't hate the player, hate the game," so Anna throws herself in front of a train.
    Suggested by @marykatemot
  62. Jay Gatsby. You know, the Great one
    Suggested by @brrosenau
  63. Jess Mariano
    Before he went to New York
    Suggested by @clairegee
  64. Augustus Waters - The Fault in Our Stars
    Used his wish to take Hazel to Amsterdam to meet her favorite author, had sex with her, told her the next day that he still had cancer and was going to die.
    Suggested by @mjn1220