Give me comiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiics!!

(You should check them out: Valor and Bleeding Heart)

treesofreverie:

The Obsessive Reader by Sarah McMahon

treesofreverie:

The Obsessive Reader by Sarah McMahon

fistsetlettres:

Orwell - Mille Neuf Cent Quatre-Vingt Chattes 

DEFINITELY GETTING THIS TEE.

notthesideeffectofthecocaine:

Fritz Eichenbergs Wood Engravings For Emily Brontës Wuthering Heights

(via theclassicreader)

idylltale:

The River of No Return by Bee Ridgway
One of the best time travel book I’ve read in awhile. Also, I need a cupola during romantic interludes. 

idylltale:

The River of No Return by Bee Ridgway

One of the best time travel book I’ve read in awhile. Also, I need a cupola during romantic interludes. 

“The poet Gérard de Nerval introduced him to the magazine editor Alphonse Karr with the words, ‘He is very witty and very stupid.’ A later editor and close friend, Charles Philipon, called him ‘a man of with without a shadow of rationality… His life has been, still is, and always will be incoherent.’”

— (About Nadar) Julian Barnes, Levels of Life

My favourite second-hand bookshop, Ystwyth Books.

As you can see, it’s a house with books literally everywhere. I would have taken more pictures but today, of all days, was quite packed.

The stairs are particularly amazing, aren’t they.

“You put together two people who have not been put together before; and sometimes the world is changed, sometimes not. They may crash and burn, or burn and crash. But sometimes, something new is made, and then the world is changed. Together, in that first exaltation, that first roaring sense of uplift, they are greater than their two separate selves. Together they see further, and they see more clearly.”

— Julian Barnes, Levels of Life