Okay, as a parent who has had to sit sideways on my desk chair to use the computer because a Lego creation had been assembled underneath the desk, as a mother who has repeatedly had six small dots imprinted into the bottom of my foot from stepping on a Lego, I appreciate this:
Everseradio.com has a (old) blog post showing poets made out of Legos. Consider, for instance, the blocky Ezra Pound:
Everseradio.com borrowed their images from Flavorwire, which featured writers of all ilk in Lego form, including Mark Twain and Rene Descartes:
And frankly, I like the Lego Louisa May Alcott better than I liked the Mona Lisa Barbie (even if Louisa does look a little like Princess Leia, which as the mother of Star-Wars-lego-set-owning children, I can tell you is no coincidence; Descartes pieces I recognize from the Castle set, which we also own).
To see Hemingway, Poe, and more of your favorite classic writers in Lego, head over to Flavorwire.