Classic Literature Wikia

Welcome to Classic Literature Wiki!
The perfect place for book lovers and literature nerds alike!
We currently have 75 articles and 166 images and growing.

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Classic Literature is, like most wikis that discuss certain movies and TV Shows, Classic Literature has so similarities. Here on this website, you will get to read the following

  • Characters- Each page will describe a certain character, such as their appearance and personalities, their entire story in the book in their point of view, their character analysis, etc.
  • Settings- Learn some facts and details about some of the most important settings in the books and how it plays out in the main plot
  • Film/TV Adaptations- these will cover several film/tv adaptations of the books, which includes the plot, cast members, reception, etc. They will also include the differences from the book and film
  • Authors-a biography of the famous novelists who written and published our favourite stories, such as William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, etc.
  • Symbols- Looking over the important symbols and what they do and what purpose they serve in the story

While this wikia is similar to Literature Wikia, (my apologizes on that one) this one will tend to have a little more fun and exploration with everything from the authors to the characters, so please enjoy everything this site has to offer.


Read about characters from classic stories and their information, storylines, etc.

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Info on the best classic book, with their summaries, themes, analysis, foreshadowing and more

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Biographies of the writers who made their stories into cultural phenomenon

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Read about everything connected exclusively to the English bard and his plays!

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Agatha Christie/Mary WestmacottDr. SeussEric FlintHarry TurtledoveLemony SnicketR.J. PalacioRick RiordanStephen KingTamora Pierce

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