Top Ten: Literary Hotties (Halloween Edition)

October 30, 2009 at 12:01 am 2 comments

Happy All Hallows Eve, my pretties! As you have probably guessed from the title and from the picture of the attractive young man above, Literary Transgressions is honoring the holiday by bringing you our Top Ten Literary Hotties, Halloween Edition.

We’ve scoured our brains to come up with the hottest of the literary dead, or more accurately, undead. Surprisingly, we’ve managed to compile quite the list, beginning with:

10) Eurydice, as in Orpheus and: (click for full slideshow!)


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2 Comments Add your own

  • […] Top Ten: Literary Hotties (Halloween Edition). This joint effort between Corey and I is one of the most fun posts we’ve ever done. We’ve talked about revamping it for other holidays but haven’t quite gotten there yet — maybe that’s a goal for this coming year! […]

  • 2. Happy Halloween from LT! « Literary Transgressions  |  October 29, 2010 at 12:02 am

    […] as promised, I can’t help reposting our Top Ten Literary Hotties (Halloween Edition) from last year. Yes, Edward Cullen made the cut. Don’t make me repeat […]


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