Drunk on the Impossible Past

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Sometimes you're the good guy. Sometimes you're the bad guy.
Or maybe you're moral enough to not need fiction whatsoever.
Either way, I hope that you all enjoy this blog.

lost-roads:

Orlovsky, Burroughs, Ginsberg, Ansen, Bowles, Corso, Summerville.Tangier, 1961.

lost-roads:

Orlovsky, Burroughs, Ginsberg, Ansen, Bowles, Corso, Summerville.
Tangier, 1961.

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#beats  #writers 
Mary Beard Takes On Her Sexist Detractors →
— 4 days ago
#the new yorker  #rebecca mead  #mary beard  #feminism  #article 
thebooker:

bookish-url:

found this gem in the old book bazar! The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy first edition hardcover in perfect condition. and so cheap too! i’m so happy 💕 thanks to @thebooker for introducing me to this book.

Yay! I hope you enjoy it. :)

thebooker:

bookish-url:

found this gem in the old book bazar! The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy first edition hardcover in perfect condition. and so cheap too! i’m so happy 💕 thanks to @thebooker for introducing me to this book.

Yay! I hope you enjoy it. :)

— 5 days ago with 73 notes
#the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy 
coffeerem:

Filter coffee & cake @ Home istanbul

coffeerem:

Filter coffee & cake @ Home istanbul

(via caffeinegalore)

— 5 days ago with 33 notes
#coffee  #lifestyle  #comforts 
My current read!  So far, Franzen has tackled autobiographical fiction, David Foster Wallace, and bird watching.  He makes intellectualism personable.

My current read! So far, Franzen has tackled autobiographical fiction, David Foster Wallace, and bird watching. He makes intellectualism personable.

— 5 days ago
#franzen  #far away  #essays  #current read 
the-sea-and-the-axe:

Book Photo Challenge Day 20 - Colors
Orange & Blue

the-sea-and-the-axe:

Book Photo Challenge Day 20 - Colors

Orange & Blue

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#books 
"“One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.”
― Sigmund Freud"
(via my-rues)
— 5 days ago with 15 notes
#pain  #suffering  #Freud 
"I want to write a novel about silence. The things people don’t say."
Virginia Woolf (via quotationadmiration)

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