Everycunt, I will go with thee.

A Note from the Editor

In times past, books of quality civilized a people sweating under the yoke of industrialism. Now, in an era of comparative leisure, the working classes have turned their backs on the best words in their best order.

Well, if Mohammed won’t come to the mountain, the mountain must go to Mohammed. My life’s project has been to make our shared literary heritage more accessible to the people who need it most.

That is where Everycunt comes in. Each of the classics in the Everycunt series has been adapted to fulfill the needs of a working-class readership. I hope to engender a new era of social mobility with a series of books communicating the highest of thoughts in the lowest of language.

I wish you all many hours of reading pleasure!

Dominic Chootle, Editor and CEO, Everycunt Books

The Everycunt Library: Latest Releases

Lord of the Cunts by William Golding

“What are we? Humans? Or Cunts?”

Lolita, or Young Cunts Are The Best Cunts by Vladimir Nabokov

“You can always count on a cunt for a fancy prose style.”

The Great Gatsby: I’m Reserving All Judgments About These Stuck Up Cunts by F. Scott Fitzgerald

“I hope she’ll be a cunt — that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little cunt.”

To Kill A Mockingcunt by Harper Lee

“I think there’s just one kind of cunts. Cunts.”

The Cunts Are In Charge by George Orwell

“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a cunt stamping on a human face — for ever.”

First Comes the Power, Then Come the Cunts by George Orwell

“Some cunts are equal, but some cunts are more equal than others.”

The Fatal Loins of These Two Cunts by William Shakespeare

“That which we call a cunt by any other name would smell as sweet.”

A Chocolate Cunt by Anthony Burgess

“Cuntishness is something chosen. When a cunt cannot choose, he ceases to be a cunt.”

A Christmas Cunt by Charles Dickens

“For it is good to be a cunt sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a cunt Himself.”

Cunt by Jane Austen

“How often happiness is destroyed by cunts, foolish cunts!”

Little Cunts by Louisa May Alcott

“I like good strong words that mean something. Like cunt.”

The Diary of a Young Cunt by Anne Frank

“Because paper has more patience than cunts.”

Coming soon: Everycunt sci-fi classics including Do Androids Dream of Electric Cunts by Philip K Dick

Peter Crowe

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