About a year ago a Buzzfeed article named 46 Literary Baby Names That'll Make You Want To Have Children came out. As a book nerd, I was really excited to read through this list. After reading this list, I was slightly disappointed. Some of the names were cool, but others were just cliche. So in response I have created a list of 5 Literary Names That Are Definitely 21st Century Worthy.
1. Agamemnon from "Agamemnon"
It's strong. It's powerful. And it's mythical. Bonus: Phoebe from F.R.I.E.N.D.S. would approve.
2. Palamon from "The Knight's Tale"
Brave and loyal, and a romantic at heart. Plus it kinda looks like Salmon, so that's cool.
3. Huckleberry from "The Adventures of Tom Sayer"
I think this one is pretty self-explanatory. I mean it has the word "berry" in it...
4. Equality 7-2521 from "Anthem"
Okay, what's better than having a number in your name? Nothing. Probably.
5. Lysander from "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Who doesn't want a name that makes you sound like a cleaning product????