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quiet clean girls in gingham dresses

all I’ve ever known are whores, ex-prostitutes,
madwomen. I see men with quiet,
gentle women ­ I see them in the supermarkets,
I see them walking down the streets together,
I see them in their apartments: people at
peace, living together. I know that their
peace is only partial, but there is

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Founding Fathers of Hard-Boiled Crime.  This week, we’re taking a look at the creators of the tough and gritty genre of Hard-Boiled Crime Fiction. Dashielle Hammett, Carroll John Daly and Raymond Chandler wrote raw, sparse stories of brave private-eyes that solved cases and caught crooks through perseverance, guns, shady accomplices, and wisecracks. Read on here.

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Founding Fathers of Hard-Boiled Crime.  This week, we’re taking a look at the creators of the tough and gritty genre of Hard-Boiled Crime Fiction. Dashielle Hammett, Carroll John Daly and Raymond Chandler wrote raw, sparse stories of brave private-eyes that solved cases and caught crooks through perseverance, guns, shady accomplices, and wisecracks. Read on here.

openroadmedia:

Founding Fathers of Hard-Boiled Crime.  This week, we’re taking a look at the creators of the tough and gritty genre of Hard-Boiled Crime Fiction. Dashielle Hammett, Carroll John Daly and Raymond Chandler wrote raw, sparse stories of brave private-eyes that solved cases and caught crooks through perseverance, guns, shady accomplices, and wisecracks. Read on here.

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"What if I slept a little more and forgot about all this nonsense."
lorenzanatarella:

"Many a book is like a key to unknown chambers within the castle of one’s own self." - Franz Kafka

lorenzanatarella:

"Many a book is like a key to unknown chambers within the castle of one’s own self." - Franz Kafka

lorenzanatarella:

"Many a book is like a key to unknown chambers within the castle of one’s own self." - Franz Kafka

"I miss you deeply, unfathomably, senselessly, terribly."
Kafka, Franz. Letters to Milena. (via breathe-of-midwinter)

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I’m in love with her ❤️ itt: We Heart It.

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Congratulations to Don DeLillo, who has won the inaugural Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, inspired by earlier incarnations that awarded prizes for lifetime achievement in the writing of fiction and, for the past three years, Creative Achievement Award for fiction.

DeLillo will be given the prize during the National Book Festival on September 21-22.

vintageanchorbooks:

Congratulations to Don DeLillo, who has won the inaugural Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, inspired by earlier incarnations that awarded prizes for lifetime achievement in the writing of fiction and, for the past three years, Creative Achievement Award for fiction.

DeLillo will be given the prize during the National Book Festival on September 21-22.

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