#shelfie from left to right then up. Some excellent foreign literature on this shelf. Several books with appear in my instastory with pictures of their engravings and bindings.
Salmonsens Konversations Leksikon edited by CHR Blangstrup - unread #Danish conversation lexicon printed in 1916. Purchased for it's aesthetics.
Dansk Konversations Leksikon edited by Ole Storm - also unread and also printed on beautiful paper and bound with #leather. Each of these volumes weighs at least 2.5 kg.
Johan Herman Wesjels Digte (poetry) - unread volume of what appears to be a collection of naughty #poetry called 'Love Without Stockings'.
Převrat ('Revolution' from #Czech) by Josef Rogosz - unread #adventure story with both a damsel in distress AND a heroine.
Treasure Island and Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Robert Lewis #Stevenson -4.5 stars, I love the originality of Treasure Island.
The Rape of the Lock by Alexander #Pope - 3.5 stars, an introduction to #French #satire.
Marmion by Sir Walter Scott - too delicate to read, but I am a fan of #Scott.
Select Orations of #Cicero with interlinear translations by Underwood & Clark - unread, gifted to me from my mother's library.
Myths of #Greece and #Rome by H. A. Guerber - unread, contains an inscription by Emma who lived in #Dallas in 1906.
Atlas of Science and Technology: The Original Colour of Thousands of Insects by Dr. 平山修次郎著 - unread, but the color pictures of #insects are amazing. Truly one of the most treasured in my library.
The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott - unread but most beloved by @springraine73
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam - 4 stars, the most booze-y piece of literature you ever did read.
My unused but adorable tiny #dictionary collection:
Berlitz #Italian for Beginners
Say It In #Hebrew
Collins #Spanish Dictionary
Collins #Latin Gem Dictionary
Collins #German Gem Dictionary