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Written in the tradition of pre-Tolkien English fantasy.  It is concerned with the adventures of a young man from the village of Wall, which borders the magical land of Faerie.

Written in the tradition of pre-Tolkien English fantasy. It is concerned with the adventures of a young man from the village of Wall, which borders the magical land of Faerie.

Pride and Prejudice - more than just the epitome of romantic fiction, it's a satirical poke at the social mores of the day which is merciless to its characters...

Pride and Prejudice Book Sculpture

Pride and Prejudice - more than just the epitome of romantic fiction, it's a satirical poke at the social mores of the day which is merciless to its characters...

A jeweled binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe    Omar Khayyam    Title: Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám.    Edition: Third edition.    Published: London: Bernard Quaritch, 1872.

A jeweled binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe Omar Khayyam Title: Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. Edition: Third edition. Published: London: Bernard Quaritch, 1872.

These books all look awesome. creative fairytale retellings mostly young adult

10+ Fairytale Retellings Books to Check Out

These books all look awesome. creative fairytale retellings mostly young adult

My ultimate comfort reading. Funny, incredibly rooted in the time period they are set in, with memorable and likeable characters. I own all of them and have read them all at least 20 times!

How I Fell in Love With Georgette Heyer

My ultimate comfort reading. Funny, incredibly rooted in the time period they are set in, with memorable and likeable characters. I own all of them and have read them all at least 20 times!

Hours of Idleness by Lord Byron (George Gordon Noel Byron), 1807, first edition second issue, with early 20th century jewelled Cosway-style binding by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, the interior containing miniature portraits of Lord Byron and his ancestral home, Newstead Abbey. Original silk and velvet lined leather bound case.

Hours of Idleness by Lord Byron (George Gordon Noel Byron), 1807, first edition second issue, with early 20th century jewelled Cosway-style binding by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, the interior containing miniature portraits of Lord Byron and his ancestral home, Newstead Abbey. Original silk and velvet lined leather bound case.

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