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“The only thing we know for sure is that we will die one day.” - The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning, Margareta Magnusson

The juxtaposition...I couldn’t possibly Swedish death clean my books...

You either love him or you hate him. I love his works for the magic realist element and the nostalgia for Japan it ALWAYS prompts, causing me to play out a visual reel of places I have visited in Tokyo. There’s something transportive about his novels that straddles the line between reality and illusion.

Wishing I could stay home & read all day 📚🤓☕ #shelfie #nerdalert #bookmateriality #homedecor

"Come un fiore improbabile cresciuto su un piccolo grumo di terra attaccato alla roccia. Da lei ho appreso la resistenza. Oggi ci somigliamo meno nei tratti, ma è lo stesso il senso che troviamo in questo essere gettate nel mondo." #larminuta #bookmateriality #bookstagram #booksforlife #librimania

"I'm yours for ever—for ever and ever. Here I stand; I'm as firm as a rock. If you'll only trust me, how little you'll be disappointed. Be mine as I am yours."
Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady 😍
#inmynisolos #nisolo #ginandtonic #bookmateriality #literary

Always fall for illustration book. #bookmateriality #bibliophile #thatstanya

Mes étagères frémissent a chaque fois que je les approche. Je me suis lancée dans un rangement qui ressemble à une cure d'amaigrissement. #rangement #library #bookmateriality

Ooh, baby, do you know what that's worth?
Ooh, heaven is a place on earth
They say in heaven, love comes first
We'll make heaven a place on earth
Ooh, heaven is a place on earth

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“The only thing we know for sure is that we will die one day.” - The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning, Margareta Magnusson

The juxtaposition...I couldn’t possibly Swedish death clean my books...

You either love him or you hate him. I love his works for the magic realist element and the nostalgia for Japan it ALWAYS prompts, causing me to play out a visual reel of places I have visited in Tokyo. There’s something transportive about his novels that straddles the line between reality and illusion.

This whole PhD thing is really starting to grow on me. 😍

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“Plibersek not plebiscite.”
@tanyaplibersek

Ooh, baby, do you know what that's worth?
Ooh, heaven is a place on earth
They say in heaven, love comes first
We'll make heaven a place on earth
Ooh, heaven is a place on earth

A peek inside my everyday bag: my planner, sunglasses case, Michael Kors wallet that's seen better days, bobby pins for hair emergencies, an umbrella for weather emergencies, chapstick, a pen (because you never know when you'll need a pen), and as always, my current read! What about you? What kinds of things can you not make it through the day without? Do you always have a book in your bag? What are you currently reading?

I reduced my body to aesthetics, forgot the work it did to keep me alive with every beat and breath, declared it a grand failure for not looking like theirs, searched everywhere for a miracle, foolish enough not to realise I was already living in one.
From Rupi Kaur’s new collection of poems titled The Sun and Her Flowers.
So much pain and honesty here. Her words brilliantly articulate the depth of despair and loss, the growth found in self-acceptance, the power of a woman’s sensuality and femininity, consuming love and intimacy, and gratitude for the struggles faced by so many before. I have relived traumas I thought I had overcome and came to realisations I had barely considered, and I’ve only been reading for 48 hours. A brilliant, must-buy book. Off to read more and cry!

"La Verità, il Bene, il Bello. Sono appena dietro l'angolo, nel corridoio accanto, sono nel prossimo libro, quello che non hai ancora letto, o sullo scaffale più in alto, dove ancora non sei arrivato. Ma un giorno ci arriverai, e quando succederà..." #lovereading #lovebook #bookph #bookmateriality #book #bookstagram #books #bookphotography #libridaleggereprimadimorire #librisulibri #libri #libridaleggere #librichepassione #liber

“A “child of one’s own” in its positive sense signifies a close bonded connection between parent and child. Such an intimate life-long tie has a particularity and special status by virtue of the moral imperative which calls forth a parent’s commitment to the child. This sense of “one’s own” need not signify what I shall criticise in this article, namely that:

A. The child is somehow one’s natural property or possession and
B. The special status of being “one’s own” derives from the fact that one biologically produced the child, and biological reproduction is prized as the primary, normal condition and foundation for parenting.

Both a and b place an adoptive child in a secondary status.” - Janet Farrell Smith.

Oggi vorrei parlarvi di questa saga.
Assassin's Creed non è solo un gioco d'azione della Ubisoft.
Se voi lo credete posso capirvi, perché prima che il mio lungimirante fidanzato si decidesse a darmi questi suoi tesori anch'io lo pensavo e, sinceramente, non sono mai stata così contenta di sbagliarmi.
Otto romanzi ed una vera miriade di personaggi a cui far fronte, ognuno di loro, buono o cattivo, ha lasciato il segno. Una grande ed infinite, appassionata lotta tra Templari e Assassini, un immagine dei personaggi che nasce spontaneamente. Ma la vera meraviglia? I protagonisti sono come "incastonati" nella vera storia del secolo in cui sono ambientati. Abbiamo la realtà mista alla fantasia e non ho mai letto un libro che abbia saputo far di meglio!
Ezio, Altaïr, i Kenway, i Frye e tutti gli altri resteranno per sempre nella mia vita❤
Lo consiglio a tutti, perché davvero merita tanto.

Ps. Ma vogliamo parlare delle stupende copertine della #SperlingKupfer? Amo.

#assassinscreed #oliverbowden #teamezioauditore #teamaltaïr #teamkenway #teamfrye #ubisoftassassinscreed #ubisoft #iloveassassinscreed #book #books #series #lovereading #lovebook #bookph #bookmateriality #bookstagram #bookphotography #bookassassinscreed #assassinscreedbook #amoilibri #libridaleggereprimadimorire #librisulibri

“I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead;
I lift my eyes and all is born again.” - Sylvia Plath

Séance vibes.

It’s important to remind ourselves that the literary canon and world of fiction need not be restricted to the voices of predominantly white men and women. Some questions that I have asked myself recently, as I try to read a broader range of fiction, are: should we be consciously aiming to read more diverse voices? Do these voices tend to be fetishished when it comes to the marketing of books whose writers come from a diverse range of backgrounds? How are these authors represented in the book marketplace and are they equally represented? Must these authors be necessarily dissident voices and is that what the public expects? It wasn’t until I reached university that I realised that I had been brought up on an appetite of reading (particularly in primary and high school) that was quite restrictive: white men and women writing about a slice of life that I did not always resonate with, but found myself wanting to aspire to (case in point: Sweet Valley. The complexity of projecting my aspirations to be ‘white’ into the character of Elizabeth Wakefield is not entirely lost on me, an adoptee, who at the time was grappling with my Asian-ness). While reading fiction might not necessarily formulate our values and ethics system, it does expose us to a realm of minds and worlds that may not always be accessible to us on a day-to-day basis. Identity politics aside, how we view ourselves is reflected in the society in which we live, through cultural representations in art, film, tv and books. If all we are ever exposed to is a narrow scope of voices that replicate the experience of these voices, might we be missing out on a whole chunk of literature that does not get the marketing it deserves, that deals with issues that may not interest the general public and might only interest them when it is framed in a ‘rags-to-riches’, triumph over oppression formula. So, here’s to being more conscious of what we read. Reading for pleasure, but also read with a purpose to expand our literary horizons beyond what is only marketed to us through flashy publisher advertising.
First place to start: @sophia_stories

When your turtle gets to the mailman before you do.😂 Guys, Chip and I are so excited about the new John Green book! Joining @bookofthemonth has definitely made it so much easier (and cheaper!) to keep up with all the new hot books that come out. No long library hold lists for this girl! Or this turtle! Just kidding, Chip doesn't have a library card. Yet. Now excuse me while I try to pry this book away from him...🐢📚 #botmlovesturtles #botm #bookofthemonth #turtlesallthewaydown #johngreen

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