|CHAPTER 491 aEmma Bovary had a love hunger,
2 bAnd morals that kept getting wronger;
3 Her husband she harassed,
4 Her lovers embarassed,
5 cTill her sins at length chanced to conquer.
CHAPTER 501 dEzra Mannon fought in the Civil War,
2 eWhile his wife got flighty and sore;
3 fWhen Cristine killed dad,
4 gHer son became mad,
5 hAnd mourning Electra's new chore.
CHAPTER 511 A man showed some wine to a pal,
2 Then bricked him inside of a wall.
3 The story's so short,
4 This pnote must abort,
5 And ill in three lines with pure bull.
CHAPTER 521 A poor dog of a boy named Holden,
2 iThought running might make life more golden;
3 His jprep school he quit,
4 Then he traveled a bit,
5 kAnd returned preternaturally olden.
||CHAPTER 531 lGabe and mAngie were most unfortunate:
2 nLoved by each other but not by fate,
3 oThey yearned to be married,
4 pBut their plans miscarried,
5 And they got back together a lifetime too late.
CHAPTER 541 All the qgirls loved Malthusian Drill,
2 rAnd no babies their bellies to fill.
3 The ssoma worked great,
4 And the world woke up late,
5 When a tsavage presented the bill.
CHAPTER 551 A German usoldier fought in a trench,
2 And came to hate world war's stench:
3 He was coming of age,
4 Right to the last page,
5 vWhen he died just for being a mensch.
CHAPTER 561 Mr. Shakespeare had plenty of jokes to tell,
2 And hundreds and hundreds of tickets to sell:
3 So he wrote lots of wcomedies,
4 To avoid big xbomb-edies,
5 yWith audiences who thought all's well that ends well.