Fritz Eichenberg lithographs in Dostoevsky novels are exquisite
Your Favorite 1984 Cover Art – This 2013 Penguin cover is my fav. What say you?
My Tolkien books
This public library was built in a neogothic church
The opening of my book, dated 1661😍
My take for the Vietnamese version of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray BradBury.
My edition of ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young’ in Spanish
Clark Ashton Smith – ZOTHIQUE (Ballantine Books 1970)
[Album] Crawford’s Used Books in Perdue, Saskatchewan (Pop 334)
A page from a 1400s French bible I’m lucky enough to have for my book collection.
Just want to brag about this collection I got for $1
Some sci-fi favourites.
Vol 16 of Brockhaus in the technical museum Chemnitz, Germany
Picked up a beautiful 1912 book on Japanese myths and a 1836 copy of Last of the Mohicans
My sister found this at the Strand in NYC for $8. It’s from 1899
Bookstore in Kalispell, MT. It’s like an actual maze in there.
Albert Camus: The Fall [1st Edition] (1956)
My favorite bookstore in Chicago. Myoptic Books ❤️
Can anyone help me find a book that matches the description? (Mind the spelling) thanks
My haul from yesterday and today
How blessed are some people, whose lives have no fears, no dreads; to whom sleep is a blessing that comes nightly, and brings nothing but sweet dreams.
Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Mexico City’s incredible public library
Apparently Jewish philosopher Martin Buber had a library of 17,000 volumes.
My reading corner feat my antique books
“The first rule about Fight Club is you don’t talk about Fight Club”