Tales of A Hungry Bibliophile

Nerds. Foodies. Anglophiles. Welcome. Make yourself comfortable.

"I do not wish women to have power over men; but over themselves." (Mary Wollstonecraft)

"I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will." (Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre)

A mix for all the ladies - we have the power, the strength and the ambition. [LISTEN]

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hokuto-ju-no-ken:

miidoriilol:

grandmasterbooty:

mooxy0u:

milkanclcookies:

this makes me so happy

HAS IT REALLY BEEN THAT LONG

numa numa era classic

lmao the kid in red cant even keep up with how nerdy he was as a child. dude in black is on point tho.

well holy shit

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notspeakingisnt-notlistening:

annalisah:

COUNTER // CULTURE

For my photography class I did series of self-portraits in which I attempted to portray culture and counterculture for the past 10 decades. This is the product of that idea…

this is SO COOL oh man

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cas-is-deans-huggy-bear:

plan-d-for-dumbass67:

Some of my favorite Ghostfacers lines

the Ghostfacers will always be my fave

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professorsparklepants:

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adamazur:

"Victorian Velociraptor with Violets." Acrylic and liquid gold leaf on Rives BFK. Made by Adam Mazur. 

"MOTHER WHY HASN’T THE DUKE CALLED AGAIN?"

#I don’t know what this is but I sure as hell love it

professorsparklepants:

ipomoeaj:

adamazur:

"Victorian Velociraptor with Violets." Acrylic and liquid gold leaf on Rives BFK. Made by Adam Mazur. 

"MOTHER WHY HASN’T THE DUKE CALLED AGAIN?"

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11 Literary Librarians Who Smash Stereotypes

nypl:

Librarians in literature are awesome. (Perhaps not as awesome as librarians in real life, but still pretty durn awesome)

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uispeccoll:

Miniature Monday!  Large and small!  This 1904 set of William Shakespeare’s Complete Works, comes with its own miniature sized shelves, and is hanging out with it much older and larger relative (and our most frequently requested book for class sessions here at Iowa), our copy of Shakespeare’s second folio.

David Bryce and Son, Glasgow, 1904. 

Just bringing back one of our favorite Shakespeare posts to celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday week.