Katherine Mansfield, “Mr Reginald Peacock’s Day”

Katherine Mansfield, “Mr Reginald Peacock’s Day”

(Source: sebastian-flyte)

 (by SkeletonDance)
In quoting others, we cite ourselves.
— Julio Cortázar (via amandaonwriting)
 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?

somebody-else:

Thy soul shall find itself alone
'Mid dark thoughts of the gray tombstone
Not one, of all the crowd, to pry
Into thine hour of secrecy.
Be silent in that solitude
Which is not loneliness—for then
The spirits of the dead who stood
In life before thee are again
In death around thee—and their will Shall overshadow thee: be still.

~Spirits of the Dead, I & II by Edgar Allen Poe.

 teachingliteracy:

Sengkang Library (by shootjosh)

teachingliteracy:

Sengkang Library (by shootjosh)

 luxuryon:

Reading in a daybed
 joderquebuenoes:

París Café, por Jean Pierre Gibrat

joderquebuenoes:

París Café, por Jean Pierre Gibrat

 writersblock51:

April book photo challenge - Day 7, Socially Awkward Character, Sherlock Holmes

writersblock51:

April book photo challenge - Day 7, Socially Awkward Character, Sherlock Holmes

 bookwormbabe89:

Take a lot of notes, boys

bookwormbabe89:

Take a lot of notes, boys

Keep reading. It’s one of the most marvelous adventures that anyone can have.
— Lloyd Alexander  (via corvidae-and-crossroads)

(Source: youngadultatbooktopia)

 arunaea:

untitled by chooseanalog on Flickr.

arunaea:

untitled by chooseanalog on Flickr.

 orano:

Jacques Tardi - 1995 - In french comics magazine (A SUIVRE)

orano:

Jacques Tardi - 1995 - In french comics magazine (A SUIVRE)