To whom I would add - c'mon, guess - an author of particular esteem and perpetually youthful-looking countenance.
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Sexy Ghosts: 12 Authors We'd Love To Be Haunted By
Ghost and books go hand-in-hand. Be it William Shakespeare or Stephen King, writers have long been penning poltergeists. While most literary ghosts are peevish (I'm looking at you, Moaning Myrtle), Dickens taught us that some make for good company. We're not sure we'd want a run-in with The Overlook Hotel, or even The Ghost of Christmas Past, but there are a few deceased writers we wouldn't mind being haunted by, for their looks if not their insight.
Anton Chekhov 1 of 13PLAYFULLSCREENZOOMSHARE THIS SLIDE What he wrote: "The Cherry Orchard"
Why we dig him: He isn't exactly available (once stating, "medicine is my lawful wife, and literature is my mistress"), but it's hard to resist a dark-haired author-doctor.
Quote: "People don't notice whether it's winter or summer when they're happy."