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Literary coffees by Gianluca Biscalchin.

Clever Literary Coffee Poster

Have any type of coffee you like.with any type of book you like! Italian food illustrator Gianluca Biscalchin has created “Literary Coffee,” a short comic of coffee cups based on famous authors.

Coffee break! Sò qua... però sto anche un pezzetto al mare... V :)

Coffee and my Computer.-) hmmm, I need this keyboard. where can I get this keyboard. Universe, send this keyboard to me.

Le tipoligie dei diversi bevitori di caffè

The Multiple Personalities of Coffee infographic. So true. I like the 'early night starter' and 'europhile' the best.

Les Fleurs du Mal - Baudelaire  Le premier livre de poésie que je me suis acheté.  meme le mal a des fleurs

As Flores do Mal" (Les Fleurs du Mal) de Charles Baudelaire.

O Médico e o Monstro / The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson, 1886 (illustration by Scott McKowen)

The 100 greatest novels of all time: The list

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Sterling Classics Series) by Robert Louis Stevenson, Scott McKowen (Illustrator), Arthur Pober (Foreword by)

Literary Periods Timeline | Honors English 10 World Literature | Scoop.it

Literary Periods Timeline

The team from The Literature Network, an online community of literature lovers, created a nice infographic that visualizes a timeline of literary…

Illustration by Olimpia Zagnoli introducing The New Yorker's new blog, Page-Turner

Introducing Page-Turner

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Circles of Influence. Isaac Newton, Lord Byron, Shakespeare, Hugo, Kafka, Tolstoy, Hemingway, Joyce, and on and on...

People of creative influence. This illustration called 'Circles of Influence' shows the symbiotic nature of the creative process and ideas with famous creative people throughout history.

The Path to "The Catcher in the Rye" | Salinger's Career | American Masters | PBS

JD Salinger

JD Salinger Infographic: The Path to "The Catcher in the Rye" In 1951 J. Salinger published The Catcher in the Rye, a debut novel that became one of the best known works in American literature. The book’s beloved anti-hero, Holden Caulfield, had been ma

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