curioustayou

This is not I

lost in a book with other books for company

lost in a book with other books for company

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oh, if only that was true. But I don’t carry dust but stones View high resolution

oh, if only that was true. But I don’t carry dust but stones

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symboliamag:

Check out Wendy MacNaughton’s illustrated documentary series “SF Public Library.” Just one of the things we love: http://bit.ly/k6FkCG

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30th Annual Banned Books Week | September 30th - October 6th, 2012
      “Books and ideas are the most effective weapons against intolerance and ignorance.”
                                                         - Lyndon B. Johnson

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book

your head turns and turns and turns

book

your head turns and turns and turns

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My books are Awsome but on think they are not: quiet. I respect them but they have an idea of how they should be placed

My books are Awsome but on think they are not: quiet. I respect them but they have an idea of how they should be placed

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mcnallyjackson:

Both Flesh and Not, the latest and presumably last collection of essays by David Foster Wallace, is on the shelf as of this morning. Unpacking the boxes, we agreed that we both desperately want to and really don’t want to read this immediately; this is it; what’s the rush, etc. What we want to read asap though: each chapter is separated by a double-page spread of American Heritage Dictionary definitions lifted from the vocabulary lists Wallace famously kept. They are organized alphabetically, from abattoir to ylang-ylang (which, really, didn’t Wallace ever see an Herbal Essences commercial?). Asian tree oils aside, many are words we don’t and want to know because we think they’ll reveal all sorts of truths about the great man.

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wordpainting:

Of course we do. One can never have enough books.

We always miss the one

wordpainting:

Of course we do. One can never have enough books.

We always miss the one

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