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Sounds Like a Literary Work

The titles of these works of literature have had words replaced by ones that (nearly) rhyme. Identify the original titles.
In the last one, a rhyming pair does not have same number of syllables.
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Last updated: November 2, 2019
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Lawn Coyote
Don Quixote
The Drapes of Math
The Grapes of Wrath
The Cord of the Strings
The Lord of the Rings
Spring Beer
King Lear
Shore and Geese
War and Peace
A Pail of Blue Kitties
A Tale of Two Cities
Wide and Credulous
Pride and Prejudice
The Gold Can and the Bee
The Old Man and the Sea
Dove in the Slime of Oliver
Love in the Time of Cholera
Cave Stew Hurled
Brave New World
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Grain Mare
Jane Eyre
To Spill a Shocking Turd
To Kill a Mockingbird
The Harlot Bettor
The Scarlet Letter
The Shape of the Clock
The Rape of the Lock
Omelet
Hamlet
Mom Bones
Tom Jones
Spittle Linen
Little Women
A Tomb with a Clue
A Room with a View
Sword of the Spies
Lord of the Flies
Bait Crustaceans
Great Expectations
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