Monday, February 14, 2011

Bookmarked . . .

André Deymonaz

Jean-Jacques Dubosc

monophon:

529:

oasi:

puscic:

mirandena:

zlaika:

carrotcupcake:

paper hummingbird
by paperleaves

Christopher Stott


Fabienne Petit


rhibozoids:

Mr Charles Bukowski by Elliot Beaumont

life:

Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird was first published 50 years ago, on July 11, 1960. The coming-of-age story, told through the eyes of young Scout Finch, centers around a life-changing trial, forcing the Finch family and the rest of their small town to confront class struggles, death, and racial injustice in Lee’s affecting, educational tale. Though Lee shunned fame and never published another piece of writing, her work lives on in the canon of the South’s best writers, celebrated here — in honor of Mockingbird’s 50th birthday — in a list of literary titans from Faulkner to Hurston and beyond.
Greatest Southern Writers


booklife:

(via womenreading)

riccio:

by mercurycraze





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