books0977:

French actress Fanny Ardant reading in bookshop. Photographed for French Vogue in 1979.
Ardant was raised in Monte Carlo where she was educated at a convent school. A voracious reader, she discovered Proust at age 15 and felt as though his writings were for her.

books0977:

French actress Fanny Ardant reading in bookshop. Photographed for French Vogue in 1979.

Ardant was raised in Monte Carlo where she was educated at a convent school. A voracious reader, she discovered Proust at age 15 and felt as though his writings were for her.

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Hi :) How is your searching for The Blue Castle going? :)

Well I’ve been thrifting  three or four times since you mentioned it and no luck yet, but I still manage to come home with 5 books every time! I might just end up ordering it, but I see used L.M. Montgomery books all the time so I feel like it’s worth keeping it in my "titles/authors to remember for thrifting" file in my head. 

I don't see any Juliette Ferrars of Shatter Me... So I pick Juliette. :) BTW I changed my url once again so don't be confused! I'm making a book family too, and I don't have any members yet. Do you want to join?

Welcome to the family! Haha it’s okay, if you do change it again remember to let me know so I can fix the link. I’d love to be Anne Shirley in your book family.  I always try to steal Anne. :) 

inacom:

The “Codex Rotundus” owes its name to its round shape. It is a small book of hours (9 cm diameter) made in Bruges in 1480. Thumbnails are most likely from the workshop of Dutchman Willem Date illuminator (active from 1450 to 1482). (Hildesheim Cathedral Library, Germany)

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