Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Pulp fiction

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Sometimes the covers are better than what's inside. Garishly glorious, full of color and sexual innuendo, the covers of pulp fiction have titilated and beguiled generations. What if the classics had had steamy pulp-fiction covers? Would we have read them?

Slate recently asked artists to design lurid, pulpy covers for some of the classics, from the Iliad to Animal Farm.

Click here to see the results.

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