They've put together great literary works in no more than 140 characters in the hilarious Twitterature (Penguin, $12), which is more fun than Cliff's Notes could ever be (though possibly less helpful if you're studying for a test.)
The book requires a working knowledge of the classics, of course. You have to get why this tweet from Hamlet is so funny: "Mom says to stop wearing black.'' A new take on Pride and Prejudice's famous opening: "Usually a man wills his home to his wife or kids. But sometimes, he wills it to a distant relative, so when he dies, you're out on your ass.''
Read Twitter versions of The Odyssey, Anna Karenina, Great Expectations and other great works - and let the laughter begin.