There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site

7 Famous Lost Literary Works

On this day in 1956, while visiting the Ritz Hotel in Paris, Ernest Hemingway was alerted by the staff that he'd had two trunks stored there since the 1920s, and if he didn't claim them, they'd be ...

Related Pins

Cafés literarios o escritores cafeteros (ilustración de Gianluca Biscalchin)

In this visualization the wakeup times of famous writers for whom the data was available, based on various interviews and biographies, are correlated with their literary productivity as measured by number of works published and major awards received. Concept and direction by Maria Popova Design and research by Accurat Portraits by Wendy MacNaughton A third of the proceeds are being donated to Room to Read (www.roomtoread.org)

13 Works Of Nonfiction And Memoir That We Loved In 2013. More books are being published than ever before — how can you possibly decide what to read? The listed titles are the works of nonfiction and memoir that BuzzFeed staff members and contributors couldn’t put down this year (in no particular order.) What are yours?

It´s common knowledge, 2009, edition of 5+1, 187cmx150cm, c-print/aluminium, Rune Guneriussen

Paradise Lost by John Milton | 20 Books That Are Almost Impossible To Adapt

Apparently it’s not a legitimate reason to miss work…unless you're reading any of the Bonds of Blood & Spirit books. Then it's totally understandable. bondsofbloodandsp...

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.

Isaac Asimov -Russian born, American author and biophysicist professor