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Charlie Chaplin and the Tramp: the birth of a hero

Doreen Virtue Life Purpose Oracle Cards Review

Photo (fuck yeah cartography!)

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The 100 greatest novels of all time: The list

Published in 1951 as a novel for adults, “Catcher in the Rye” gained popularity with young adult readers for its consideration of teenage disillusionment and rebellion. Controversy around the book – particularly its vulgar or “blasphemous” language.

Musicians Turned Literary Authors

Wildwood. Written by Colin Meloy & illustrated by Carson Ellis. Really enjoyed this book. Need to get my own copy.