Undeterred by recent bombings, London residents visit what’s left of a library during World War II.
Kierkegaard is that you
I have fantasies of finding this in a used bookstore for $25.
Lighting Books (by Bryce Wolkowitz)
Art critique by Tom Wolfe with a cover by Norman Rockwell, the study continues. In search of constant elevation, guided by rigorous intuition.
Wood’s New Illustrated Natural History, c. 1880’s (couldn’t find a copyright date, but there’s a beautifully penned inscription marked 1883). An end of the work week present for myself for sorting through ten times my weight in books in six hours every day this week.