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A fun topic this week which required a bit of catching up by me. I don’t want to admit to being clueless when it comes to social media, but I only know Instagram and blogging.
After a fair amount of social platform polling (and trolling) here’s what I got:
10. Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights)-Facebook. Once I got past the hatred-spewing diatribes toward his family, I appreciated the skill of Heathcliff’s eviscerating malice. Constant status updates would be vital for keeping tabs on him too. On second thought, 4Chan might be a better fit, but I wouldn’t follow him there.
9. Melanie (The Girl with All the Gifts) -blogger. Her observational entries practically write themselves.
8. Ronan (The Raven Boys)- dream world Snapchat. Enough said.
7. Aunt Lydia (The Testaments)- I’d follow all her cryptic Twitter burner accounts.
6. Jane Eyre- Goodreads/Mr. Rochester- Tinder.
5. Christopher Boone (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime)- Tumbler. For capturing his spiraling thoughts, plus photos of red or yellow cars to set the daily mood.
4. Mark Watney (The Martian)- Youtube. His mission logs were essentially vlog entries and he could make engineering potatoes on Mars using human poop fascinating.
3. Effie Trinket (The Hunger Games)- Instagram. Hunger Games, but make it fashion.
2. Odysseus (The Odyssey)- Twitter. His tweets would be epic.
1. Smeagol (The Two Towers)- Twitter. threads between Smeagol’s outer monologues while leading the Hobbits and Gollum’s inner attempts to kill them must be better than 90% of what currently occupies Twitter.
I hope you had fun with this week’s list too, see you around social media.