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spiritandteeth

spiritandteeth

Manuscrit-Gerard-de-Nerval_portrait_w858.jpg 600 × 445 pixels

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Alexandre Pouchkine (1799-1837) – Manuscrit de Eugène Onéguine (Evgeni Onegin) (1828)

Alexandre Pouchkine (1799-1837) – Manuscrit de Eugène Onéguine (Evgeni Onegin) (1828)

"Notebook on an Intended Dictionary." Bound manuscript written on wrappers from the 1855 edition of 'Leaves of Grass.' Courtesy The Library of Congress

On Not Letting Go

"Notebook on an Intended Dictionary." Bound manuscript written on wrappers from the 1855 edition of 'Leaves of Grass.' Courtesy The Library of Congress

Placards corrigés pour "A l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs" Proust Marcel (1871-1922) ,  Ecrivain français COTE CLICHÉ13-560378N° D’INVENTAIRERES M-Y2-824 Page 426--Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Placards corrigés pour "A l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs" Proust Marcel (1871-1922) , Ecrivain français COTE CLICHÉ13-560378N° D’INVENTAIRERES M-Y2-824 Page 426--Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

Anne Frank journals

Anne Frank journals

amare-habeo:    Le temps retrouvé: Proust’s manuscript pages (for more images)  via aperfectcommotion & theshipthatflew

amare-habeo: Le temps retrouvé: Proust’s manuscript pages (for more images) via aperfectcommotion & theshipthatflew

Table of Runic Futhorcs, Latin Ciphers and Cryptic Alphabets in St. John’s MS 17 folio 5v

Table of Runic Futhorcs, Latin Ciphers and Cryptic Alphabets in St. John’s MS 17 folio 5v

A l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs--Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

A l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs--Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais -

A printer's proof of the mouse's tale, cut and pasted in a curving tail by, presumably, Carroll. This mock-up resembles the tail in Carroll's manuscript and appears to have been used as a blueprint for the tale’s first printing plate for the red-cloth Wonderland.

A printer's proof of the mouse's tale, cut and pasted in a curving tail by, presumably, Carroll. This mock-up resembles the tail in Carroll's manuscript and appears to have been used as a blueprint for the tale’s first printing plate for the red-cloth Wonderland.

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