onestarbookreview:

“strikes me as the kind of tripe I’d hear at a 10:00 at night in a bad coffee house”

onestarbookreview:

strikes me as the kind of tripe I’d hear at a 10:00 at night in a bad coffee house”

(Source: bookshavepores)

At these moments, which are characterised by the sudden lifting of the burden of anxiety and fear which presses upon our daily life so steadily that we are unaware of it, what happens is something negative: that is to say, not ‘inspiration’ as we commonly think of it, but the breaking down of strong habitual barriers.

come on guyzs modernism isn’t that bad. it’s pretty good!

James Joyce Is Too Dirty for the iPad

mattpayton:

Apple is pretty quickly turning into those Gen-Xers who pretty easily became just as lame and corporate as their Boomer parents.

If you’re not on an iPad, check out the website that turns Ulysses into a comic at http://www.ulyssesseen.com/

libraryland:awritersruminations:


On April 10, 1925 The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald was published

libraryland:awritersruminations:

On April 10, 1925 The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald was published

libraryland:chloelikesthis:


If we value our lives, let us abandon it all.
- Love letter from Franz Kafka

libraryland:chloelikesthis:

If we value our lives, let us abandon it all.

- Love letter from Franz Kafka

Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.
(via thebrowncoat)

(via thebrowncoat)