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14 September 2014
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shopping by ohlovelylies on Flickr.

shopping by ohlovelylies on Flickr.

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14 September 2014
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No. I can survive well enough on my own— if given the proper reading material.

Sarah J. MaasThrone of Glass
14 September 2014
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14 September 2014
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teachingliteracy:

Books (by James Ian L.A.)

teachingliteracy:

Books (by James Ian L.A.)

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13 September 2014
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tea-and-bookishness:

July Book Photo Challenge [22] — NON-FICTION

Susan Cain’s Quiet pretty much rocks.

#books   #Susan Cain   
13 September 2014
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optimistsdaughter:

Saturday night is going to be wild.

optimistsdaughter:

Saturday night is going to be wild.

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13 September 2014
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aseaofquotes:

J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

aseaofquotes:

J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

13 September 2014
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incidentalcomics:

Creative Thinking

13 September 2014
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booksfrommyshelf:

284.365 (by kameron elisabeth)

booksfrommyshelf:

284.365 (by kameron elisabeth)

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12 September 2014
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#books   #Jane Austen   
12 September 2014
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12 September 2014
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the-book-ferret:

Books & Cupcakes July Book Photo ChallengeDay Seventeen: Rainbow

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12 September 2014
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arielbissett:

Scattered Books // Photos by Ariel Bissett

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12 September 2014
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Literature Meme: (2/10) Prose
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian novel, a work of science fiction or speculative fiction, written by Canadian author Margaret Atwood

Set in the near future, in a totalitarian Christian theocracy which has overthrown the United States government, The Handmaid’s Tale explores themes of women in subjugation and the various means by which they gain agency.

The story is presented from the point of view of a woman called Offred (literally Of-Fred).

The character is one of a class of individuals kept as concubines (“handmaids”) for reproductive purposes by the ruling class in an era of declining births due to sterility from pollution and sexually transmitted diseases.(x)

11 September 2014
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It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it

— Oscar Wilde 
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