Fascinating Photographs of Famous Literary Characters in Real Life: Antonia Shimerdas - Annie Sadilek Pavelka Antonia Shimerda, Sadilek Pavelka, Annie Sadelik, Annie Sadilek, Real Antonia, Real Life, Fascinators Photographers, Anna Sadilek, Literary Character
It's happened to all of us: we're reading a book, something interrupts us, and we grab the closest thing at hand to mark our spot. It could be a train ticket, a letter, an advertisement, a photograph, or a four-leaf clover. Eventually the book finds its way into the world-a library, a flea market, other people's bookshelves, or to a used bookstore. But what becomes of those forgotten bookmarks? What stories could they tell?
Abba Abba, by Anthony Burgess, tells the story of the last months of John Keats’ life, which he spent dying of consumption in Rome. Burgess was a bit obsessed with Keats, which shows in this short little book.
Sylvia Plath, 1951 -- Fascinating Self-Portraits of Famous Authors
Which Literary Couple Are You And Your Significant Other? - Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester from "Jane Eyre"
Famous Authors' Last Words: Eugene O’Neill died of pneumonia, after suffering from a Parkinson’s-like disease that rendered him physically unable to write for years.
“For a transitory enchanted moment man must have held his breath in the presence of this continent, compelled into an aesthetic contemplation he neither understood nor desired, face to face for the last time in history with something commensurate to his capacity for wonder.” F. Scott Fitzgerald | in TGG