|4 So the brass made a stink--
5 They shamed Jim and made him like Aetna.
CHAPTER 211 Ungood was the son of Winston's mother,
2 Who dared to defy his aBig Brother:
3 He fell in love,
4 But felt unlove,
5 bWhen he got good and became an unbrother.
CHAPTER 221 An unfortunate youth was Joseph K_
2 Victim of some cexistential J_,
3 Who blamed him for C_,
4 Vouched him guiltless B_,
5 As his judgement slid into Joe's A_.
CHAPTER 231 This girl from dTennessee,
2 Had a limp and a menagerie,
3 Made of glass,
4 Poor lovestruck lass,
5 She lost it before Act III.
CHAPTER 241 A brilliant writer named Gertrude,
2 Concocted a poetic etude:
3 A rose is a rose,
4 Is a rose is a erose,
5 fAd nauseum -- or so we conclude.
CHAPTER 251 King gArt went on quests for the grail alot,
2 While his queen spent her zest on Sir Lancelot,
3 When hMerlin complained,
||4 Art had her retrained,
5 By some nuns while he shipped out to iAvalon.
CHAPTER 261 jAgamemnon fought in the Trojan War,
2 While his wife got flighty and sore.
3 When Clytie slew kAg,
4 Orestes killed the hag,
5 Then the lFuries evened the score.
CHAPTER 271 A comedian named mYoassarian,
2 Thought World War 2 2 scarian:
3 The more he shone yeller,
4 The more he caught heller,
5 Yo, Yo's nCatch was truly hysterian!
CHAPTER 281 oLady Chatterley had a pgamekeeper
2 qAnd morals that kept getting cheaper;
3 The rcritics were shocked,
4 sHer 'Lover' cold-cocked,
5 Till the censors at length chanced to tsleeper.
CHAPTER 291 A book by the name of Ulysseus,
2 uWhen it tried to leave Eire when amisseus;
3 vIt struck out for years,
4 Then was honored with cheers,
5 wIn spite of its incomprehenseus.
CHAPTER 301 A nasty old skinflint was xScroogie,