May 4, 2012
The Ten Most Read Books in the World, of which I’ve read two.

Art, by definition, is unpopular.

The Ten Most Read Books in the World, of which I’ve read two.

Art, by definition, is unpopular.

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April 25, 2012
Except: Hemingway would never go to 9gag. He’d sooner slum through the shit piles of /b/.

Except: Hemingway would never go to 9gag. He’d sooner slum through the shit piles of /b/.

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April 15, 2012
Horsie Potter and the Deadly Hollow

Horsie Potter and the Deadly Hollow

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October 7, 2010
A bar designed to look the way a drunk academic experiences life: a sideways library. If they make another, they can fill it entirely with the some of the 85,000 books authored by Philip M. Parker.

Related: Did nobody ever tell Parker that books don’t grow on trees? Well, in trees.

A bar designed to look the way a drunk academic experiences life: a sideways library. If they make another, they can fill it entirely with the some of the 85,000 books authored by Philip M. Parker.

Related: Did nobody ever tell Parker that books don’t grow on trees? Well, in trees.

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September 16, 2010
Do-it-yourself book covers for the 30th anniversary edition of Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guid to the Galaxy. Hyper-textuality: Making it impossible to judge a book by its cover.

Do-it-yourself book covers for the 30th anniversary edition of Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guid to the Galaxy. Hyper-textuality: Making it impossible to judge a book by its cover.

(Source: thedailywhat)

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If you look very, very clearly at what kind of values the ‘Twilight’ books propagate, these are very conservative values that do not in any way endorse independent thinking or personal development or a woman’s position as an independent creature.
Maria Nikolajeva, professor of education at Cambridge, who recently organized a conference on the influence of literature on teenage minds.
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September 11, 2010
It was as if someone in a Fenimore Cooper novel had ended up in a Jane Austen novel.
David Goldthorpe, book specialist at Sotheby’s, discussing Audubon’s Birds of America, expected to fetch between $6.2 and $9.2 million in an upcoming auction.
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September 9, 2010
It’s high school all over again.

It’s high school all over again.

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July 1, 2010
One thing we don’t have in the oceans today—a macropredator, a hypercarnivorous whale.
A description of the recently classified Leviathan melvillei, a prehistoric whale named in honor of Herman Melville
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June 23, 2010
The progress of Western Civilization.

Д’ox!

The progress of Western Civilization.

Д’ox!

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