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Manuscript pages of Great Expectations

“- You’ve such a lovely temperature.
- You’ve got a lovely everything.”
—Ernest Hemingway, from A Farewell To Arms (via violentwavesofemotion)

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Books are a uniquely portable magic

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whiskeymusings:

perfect.

One of my favorites.

whiskeymusings:

perfect.

One of my favorites.

“Forget about ‘write about what you know.’ Write about what you don’t know. The point is that the self is limiting. The self—subjectivity—is narrow and bound to be repetitive. We are, after all, a species. When you write about what you don’t know, this means you begin to think about the world at large. You begin to think beyond the home-thoughts. You enter dream and imagination… Our gray cells aren’t our limitations. It’s our will to enter the world; by the world I mean history, including the history of thought, which is the history of human experience. This isn’t an intellectual viewpoint. In fact, it asks for the widening of the senses and of all experience.” —Cynthia Ozick (via mttbll)

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laurenthelibrarian:

Created a Blind Date with a Book display at my library! Basically, patrons can choose any book they’d like to check out based on the book’s dating profile. (Yes, we created individual Match.com-type dating profiles for each book). They won’t know what the book is until they check it out! 

What an awesome idea!

theparisreview:

Roberto Bolaño on writing short stories. (via)

Day 4: Favorite Order of the Phoenix Member: Tonks
(I loved her character in the books, but I thought she got lost in the movie.)

Day 4: Favorite Order of the Phoenix Member: Tonks

(I loved her character in the books, but I thought she got lost in the movie.)

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