No-Shave-November: 10 Authors With Legendary Facial Hair

No-Shave-November: 10 Authors With Legendary Facial Hair

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As we’re now midway through No-Shave-November, and more people around the world are probably taking advantage of this momentous month than usual due to worldwide work-from-home circumstances, I’m sure you’re itching to see some authors with the most legendary facial hair.  I know what you’re wondering…. Does a correlation exist between beard length and literary strength? Is a connection to be found between the most memorable manuscripts and the mustachioed men who penned them? This list says it all:

8 of Literature Worst Monsters (Who weren’t all that bad)

8 of Literature Worst Monsters (Who weren’t all that bad)

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Who are literature’s worst monsters, but aren’t actually all that bad? Who has a silver lining that we can look into? Who are the almost monsters of literature that are almost terrible but not quite? Let’s find out!     8-Vernon Dursley Image Via Cat and Ellie’s Bookcase – WordPress.com   At least Umbridge told Harry the truth! At least she told him that he shouldn’t lie! Not only did this pig in a human suit lie to Harry, but he abused him since he was a BABY. He’s not even magical. Objectively, of all the characters from the Harry …