‘Thoughts are divine’ from Orlando by Virginia Woolf
‘I’ve no ammunition. What use are cartridges in battle? I always carry chocolate instead.’ from Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw
“‘Darling,’ she said. ‘How too divine” from Vile bodies by Evelyn Waugh
This Easter, Penguin Classics and Divine have got together to celebrate all that’s Divine and chocolaty in classic literature. Check out our large milk and dark chocolate eggs for a competition to win chocolate and Penguin books.
Come up with your own Divine quote in the style of your favourite literature classic and we’ll send our favourite a selection of Divine chocolate! Post your idea in the comments below.