Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue, Don’t Write A Letter If He Wrote It Better


Lovers of booklovers: Are you put off by the poor writing of store-bought cards? Or are you unable to find the words you need to express your love in a handwritten letter? Lucky for you, Norton Critical Editions has created a series of valentines for your benefit, pulling lines and characters from their favorite titles. My personal favorite is the Charles Dickens valentine, because I learned the art of seduction in the sixth grade thanks to the haughty and frosty Estella. Find them all on the Fair Matter blog, and more charming valentine rhymes on Norton’s Twitter.

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