jtkp-mod:

This is so stupid that it’s funny

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jothelibrarian:

Pretty medieval manuscript of the day is depicts the entombment of Christ, an appropriate illustration for Easter-eve. 

Image source: Walters Museum MS 188, Walters Museum Baltimore. Creative Commons licensed via Flickr.

thingsaboutbooks:

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giganticworlds:

some practical advice

theactioneer:

Wastelands (Lancelot Games, 1990)

michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815
michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 
Printed in Halifax c1815

michaelmoonsbookshop:

worn early 19th century Herbal with 50 hand coloured engraved plates 

Printed in Halifax c1815

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wonderful-strange:

The Lurking Fear and other stories by H.P. Lovecraft. 1970.

manfurlover:

he is THAT hot AND he reads… too good to be true… 

manfurlover:

he is THAT hot AND he reads… too good to be true… 

books0977:

Tilda Swinton, as Orlando, reading in library in the 1992 film based on Virginia Woolf’s novel Orlando: A Biography.

Queen Elizabeth I, on her deathbed, promises an androgynous young nobleman named Orlando a large tract of land and a castle built on it along with a generous monetary gift which she will only bequeath to him if he consents to her command, “Do not fade. Do not wither. Do not grow old.”

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mugenstyle:

BookWorm