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Contemporary Artists’ Portraits of Famous Literary Characters

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The Raven: Lou Reed’s Adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe, Illustrated by Italian Artist Lorenzo Mattotti

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John Lennon's drawings, poems and prose

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Seamus Heaney Reads “Death of a Naturalist” and His Nobel Lecture on the Power of Poetry

Seamus Heaney (RIP) Reads “Death of a Naturalist” and His Nobel Lecture on the Power of Poetry

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Minimalist Pictogram Song Posters

While many music releases go hand in hand with eye-catching poster art designed to compete for attention among a sea of flashy promotional material, Swedish designer Viktor Hertz decided to take the opposite approach in his minimalist renditions of posters for classic songs.

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Vibrant Vintage Illustrations of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey by Alice and Martin Provensen

Homer for Young Readers: The Provensens’ Vibrant Vintage Illustrations for the Iliad & Odyssey

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William Faulkner’s Little-Known Jazz Age Drawings, with a Side of Literary Derision

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11 Dystopian Novels You Absolutely Need To Read

Dystopias Aren't Just Great Literary Fun, They're Excellent Social Barometers