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Random Most Unbearably Pretentious Authors In Literary History

    Rabbit, Run, Rabbit at Rest

    John Updike

    [ranking: 18]
    Rabbit, Run, Rabbit at Rest

    High Fidelity, A Long Way Down, Click

    Nick Hornby

    [ranking: 32]
    High Fidelity, A Long Way Down, Click

    Needful Things, The Stand, The Shining

    Stephen King

    [ranking: 34]
    Needful Things, The Stand, The Shining

    Post Office, Ham on Rye, Women

    Charles Bukowski

    [ranking: 20]
    Post Office, Ham on Rye, Women

    On the Road, The Dharma Bums, Desolation Angels

    Jack Kerouac

    [ranking: 10]
    On the Road, The Dharma Bums, Desolation Angels

    Fight Club, Haunted, Choke

    Chuck Palahniuk

    [ranking: 27]
    Fight Club, Haunted, Choke

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No matter how brilliant or groundbreaking or bro-appealing a piece of literature may be, it fails to make up for the pretentious authors behind them. The most pretentious writers of the world, despite their ways with written words, fail terribly when it comes to opening their mouths, usually because their foot is in the way. Many authors who are douches retain any semblance of literary cred only due to the equally douchey masses who praise their often overrated books. Relying heavily gimmicks or "their own personal style" instead of true substance, numerous douchey writers give off an air of trying to be deep (read this back-and-forth between Natalie Portman and Jonathan Safran Foer to get an idea).

The annoying writers of this list frustrate the world for a number of reasons. Some actively embodied the term "hypocrite," taking support from the very systems their works admonished (hello, welfare recipient Ayn Rand). Others simply ride the coattails of their past works to remain relevant, unable to understand no one's actually read American Psycho. But what unites all these writers are their acolytes, who will stop their fixed-gear bikes to tell you "Well, actually," your negative opinion of their books is wrong. Never mind them though, for you know the truth: that Walden pond was nowhere near the wildnerness.

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