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Literary Halloween Costume Ideas

As Halloween nears, it’s time for our annual feature on literary costume ideas. The blogosphere was bursting with ideas last year, but we’d love to hear more suggestions–especially literary costumes for this GalleyCat editor’s one-year-old baby…

Share all your ideas at the #literarycostumes hastag created by Random House

Adventurous Writer pointed us toward a brilliant Curious George Man in the Yellow Hat costume (pictured, via).

The Book Bench set up a Flickr page collecting the best photos of literary Halloween costumes.

 

Associated Content has a primer on constructing a Heathcliff costume from Wuthering Heights.

Apparently Not Deranged has a great set of literary costumes for children.

Squidoo links to a great Gone With The Wind Rhett Butler costume.

Finally, SparkLife turns the tables, revealing how different literary characters would dress up for Halloween.

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