Tuesday




Above: the new collection of Penguin Classics designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith. Each book is stunning. See here for a closer look. I'm especially lusting after Dorian Grey and Crime & Punishment...I'm also dying to get my hands on Wendell Berry's new book Imagination in Place (review here). On another note, sun and the lingering notes of Iron&Wine have made these days of lazy break perfection itself: listen

4 comments:

Rose said...

OH MY GOSH! SOOOO beautiful! I like the colors of Madame Bovary - a book I STILL have not finished reading... Oh and C&P is amazing too :) SWEET!

Rose said...

Also - Re: Wendell Berry's book - awesome essay by Eudora Welty on a similar topic:

Place in Fiction
http://www.nbu.bg/webs/amb/american/5/welty/place.htm

Rose said...

PS I am pretty sure they sell those editions at Anthropologie

Little My said...

Thank you, Rose, for that link! Eudora Welty is very close to my heart - and all thanks to you for introducing us! They sell those editions on Amazon, too, and probably for something a little more affordable (I think $13.00 right now). Thank you for your comments, too, its exciting to be visited over here at the Store Stump!