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Fancy Pants Books Apr 20
A.M. Homes on the short-story writer’s “For Esmé—With Love and Squalor,” and the lifelong effects of fleeting interactions
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Adam/Thym 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 19
Hey, tweeters, I need some help. What's your favorite love poem?
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Jordan Ashley Moore 10h
Hey, Twitter! If you love ancient and classic English please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel. I upload regularly and read from a wide variety of sources, in languages like Latin, Greek, Norse, Coptic, and Gothic.
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Sohaib Mustafa 2m
''We are for life, or we are for death, one or the other, but never in our essence both at once.'' - D.H. Lawrence, The Whistling of the Birds.
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Rayne Hall Apr 19
Jane Austen might tweet this :-)
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Literazee 45m
Read, discover, share and evaluate your favorite books. :D
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korey 13h
The random discoveries I find
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Kayleigh Anne 17h
Some new additions to my study space
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Britannia PR 10h
Virginia Woolf 1935 by Man Ray c historyinmoment
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Britannia PR Apr 25
Nothing makes us so lonely as our secrets - Paul Tournier c michela75l
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H e t e r o t o p ia 12h
"That she had so completely recovered her sanity was a source of sadness to her. One should never be cured of one's passion." Marguerite Duras, 'Le ravissement de Lol V. Stein' ('The Ravashing of Lol Stein)
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Britannia PR Apr 24
Shakespeare himself may have annotated 'Hamlet' book, claims researcher
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Liz McGettigan Apr 21
'A pen can change the world': the duo behind the 'world's largest public library'
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Amir Vafa Apr 18
Parting words from Ursula Le Guin's , a classic sci-fi on patriotism, nativism, & resistance to change on an interstellar scale.
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H e t e r o t o p ia 7h
"The Dusk follows you as you go through it. If it touches you, you cease to exist, so one wrong turn down a dead end, that’s the end of you. That’s why you have to learn the labyrinth by heart.” David Mitchell, 'The Bone Clocks'
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H e t e r o t o p ia Apr 21
"You said something very true the other day: that for us, nudity begins with the face." Simone de Beauvoir, 'The Mandarins'
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Authorship.me™ Inc. Apr 22
>> [The Guardian] Robinson Crusoe at 300: why it’s time to let go of this colonial fairytale
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H e t e r o t o p ia Apr 22
'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' (1975), Director Miloš Forman, with Jack Nicholson et al. Ken Kesey
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Cristian David Navar Apr 21
Illustration for a book by an Argentine writer.
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River Wild 3h
Introducing the best of to the gen X Z millennials on 👍 Short reads by Saipriya 👏 "Unfortunately, Telugu literature, history and art are not celebrated like mainstream pop-culture." @theteluguarchive
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