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« La littérature anticipe toujours la vie. Elle ne la copie point, mais la moule à ses fins. » Oscar Wilde

« La littérature anticipe toujours la vie. Elle ne la copie point, mais la moule à ses fins. » Oscar Wilde

book image

book image

This is how books work…

This is how books work…

Love it! Books are houses we live in for a time -- then we bring their riches back to our real lives.

Love it! Books are houses we live in for a time -- then we bring their riches back to our real lives.

Kazu Kibuishi's interpretation of "Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life." Visit the site to download the artwork, watch Kazu Kibuishi at work, and find free educational resources for students (K-2, 3-5). #readeveryday #art

Kazu Kibuishi's interpretation of "Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life." Visit the site to download the artwork, watch Kazu Kibuishi at work, and find free educational resources for students (K-2, 3-5). #readeveryday #art

byronegg: “ Something for Mysterious Ways magazine. Thanks AD Doug Snyder. ”

byronegg: “ Something for Mysterious Ways magazine. Thanks AD Doug Snyder. ”

heracliteanfire:  Ladies in riding habits, c 1900

heracliteanfire: Ladies in riding habits, c 1900

One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880s was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel.

One of the most feared of all London's street gangs in the late 1880s was a group of female toughs known as the Clockwork Oranges. They would later inspire Anthony Burgess' most notorious novel.

Ethical undies: The Victorians were so obsessed with underwear that they published books on the subject. According to The Ethics of Underwear (1889): 'Correct underclothing, under all circumstances, shows a nicely balanced mind, and a sense of the fitness of things, which some people can never acquire'.

Ethical undies: The Victorians were so obsessed with underwear that they published books on the subject. According to The Ethics of Underwear (1889): 'Correct underclothing, under all circumstances, shows a nicely balanced mind, and a sense of the fitness of things, which some people can never acquire'.

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