redshoesreads:

via rarebookcellar.com

redshoesreads:

via rarebookcellar.com

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John Wilkes Booth, Edwin Booth and Junius Booth, Jr. (from left to right) in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar in 1864

John Wilkes Booth, Edwin Booth and Junius Booth, Jr. (from left to right) in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar in 1864

Word of the day: déboisement (French)

oupacademic:

nDeforestation.

image

Image credit: Clearcutting Oregon by Calibas CC-BY-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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theparisreview:

Seven years ago, a stolen first edition of Borges’s early poems was returned to Argentina’s National Library. But was it the right copy?

theparisreview:

Seven years ago, a stolen first edition of Borges’s early poems was returned to Argentina’s National Library. But was it the right copy?

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nyrbclassics:

ciudades-otras:

"When I felt the wind on my face and saw that the tide was in it seemed all at once that I didn’t need answers to anything. The tide and the moon, the beacon on the headland and the wind were so here, so this, so now that nothing else was required. I felt free of myself, unlumbered. Where the moon ended and I began and which was which was of no consequence, Everything was what it was and the awareness of it was part of it.”

—Russell Hoban, Turtle Diary

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booksnbuildings:

Medieval people going about their business.

Most things in life never change, it seems.

Pictures from an illuminated psalter, c. 1500-35; +

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ohyeahannesexton:

Anne Sexton 
November 9th, 1928 - October 4th, 1974

ohyeahannesexton:

Anne Sexton 

November 9th, 1928 - October 4th, 1974

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