A King Penguin Book, 1948
"In the first World War, the kilted regiments created havoc amongst the enemy, and the Scot was more flattered than surprised to find the Germans had nicknamed the famous 51st Highland Division 'the Ladies from Hell'.”
mojomojomojomojo:This is a stamp from an ex-library book that I bought in Leeds (England), the book is a 1966 copy of ‘The Selected Letters Of Dylan Thomas’, it had only been borrowed from the library once!
discoisgenetic: “Winning words with a lucky ring” Homer’s Odyssey, Book II (Trans. Robert Fagles)
mhplanet: Old books outside the Dog Shop 2:
'A Capful O' Nails' (1896) with WH Smith Subscription Library sticker
In September, there is nothing like an afternoon in a sunny room, with a good book and some tea.
fer1972: This is bookporn too.
— Thomas Carlyle (Letter to his mother, Margaret A. Carlyle; 17 March 1817)
— Henry David Thoreau