megzam: weirdvintage: Mystery writer Agatha Christie with her surf board “Fred” in 1922. She was one of the earliest Britons to master stand-up surfing while visiting Hawaii. (via Retronaut) OH MY LOVE.
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Portrait of Mystery Novelist Agatha Christie
Alice Walker circa 1970
Agatha Christie and her books. Although I'm partial towards floor-to-ceiling bookcases, if only for aesthetic purposes, I have to remind myself that low bookcases are friendlier towards five-foot me.
I think this is officially my favourite author photo of all time. RIP Margaret Mahy. You will be much missed.
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Laura Ingalls Wilder
Mary Roberts Rinehart
Agatha Christie, writer
Enid Blyton made childhood magic
Louisa May Alcott, writing
Patricia Highsmith, not suffering fools gladly or otherwise.
Zora Neal Hurston...Pioneer of women writers...
<span style="font-size:medium;"><strong>Mary Wollstonecraft, Britain</strong></span><br>In 18th century Britain, Mary Wollstonecraft made the unprecedented claim that the rights of women are equal to those of men. In her two most famous works, A Vindication of the Rights of Men (1790) and A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1791), she takes on Edmund Burke with her then-radical feminism.