My George Eliot collection.
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8 Things We Learned About Deborah Harkness And The "All Souls" Trilogy -
An inside look at the final chapter of an incredible science fiction-fantasy trilogy.
I WROTE THIS. I WAS REALLY EXCITED ABOUT IT. AND I GOT TO TALK TO DEB AND SHE WAS COOL. Ug books are great.
"We don’t have any tasks. We just have inspirations." - Saul Bellow
Penguin beauties. <3
The Grapes of Wrath. Everybody’s hungry in this one. When the Joad family is traveling west, at some point they find themselves in a peach orchard. Everyone helps picking the peaches, and the kids pick some and devour some, and there are stomachaches, and finally an adult says, hey, you can’t make it on peaches alone. Earlier in the book, someone slaughters a hog and, rather than share, tries to eat the whole thing by himself, which is a mean thing to do. — Seth Sawyers, “Because I, Too, Am Hungry: On Food and Reading” on The Millions
Now trending: blue and yellow.