Posts Tagged ‘Beatrix Potter’
September 27, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
In honor of T. S. Eliot’s birthday, here is a manuscript page of “Virginia.”
Beatrix Potter’s family recipes go on the auction block: no rabbit, but she does instruct the reader how to prepare turkey.
Wearable words for the bookish dresser.
A new biography claims that John Keats was an opium addict.
The embattled Rebecca musical is finally starting rehearsals.
July 11, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
Many happy returns, M. Proust.
Many happy returns, Ms. Munro!
Beatrix Potter illustrations go on the block.
Listen to William Faulkner read his 1954 Nobel acceptance speech.
Finding the Great New Jersey Novel.
A Hemingway-themed vacation.