15 Literary Easter Eggs You May Have Missed

Actually, I read Playboy for the Easter Eggs.
15 Literary Easter Eggs You May Have Missed

If you're a fan of books, then you know that Easter eggs are hidden gems that authors often include in their stories. Sometimes these Easter eggs are references to other works of literature, and sometimes they're simply inside jokes for diehard fans. Here are a few literary Easter eggs you may have missed:

In the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling includes numerous references to classic works of literature, including Shakespeare and Dickens. For example, in the third book, Prisoner of Azkaban, Hermione Granger is seen reading a copy of Nicholas Nickleby - a clear nod to Dickens' novel of the same name.

In The Hunger Games trilogy, Suzanne Collins takes inspiration from several different sources, including Greek mythology and the Biblical story of Exodus. For example, the three-finger salute that is used by the rebels is a direct reference to the story of Prometheus - a character who was punished for stealing fire from the gods.

Easter eggs like these can add an extra layer of enjoyment for readers who are able to spot them. So next time you're reading your favorite book, keep your eye out for hidden literary references!


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