Bookshelf Tour! - Vlog - Part 3


More 19th-century literature!  I get chatty about Charles Dickens, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Lewis Carroll, and Jules Verne as we finish off this second shelf.  And oh, those wood engravings... <3   Let me know if you've read any of these!

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  1. Another great tour of your bookshelve. You have motivated me to read more Jules Verne. You own some titles that I barely heard of. I will probably give some a try soon.

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    1. I hope you enjoy whatever Verne books you read! :)

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  2. an intriguing and attractive display: tx... i thought i'd read a lot of Verne, but there were several there i didn't know about... most of the others i've read except for "The Idiot" which i've avoided because of the depressing publicity... i wanted to mention Albrecht Durer, who you might know about: the genius woodcarver who lived in the 17th C. also, "50 watts", a blog about interesting book covers and carvings that's really fascinating: highly recommended! tx for the movie!

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    1. Thanks for the recommendations, I'll check them out!

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