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Anais Nin..One of my first true loves..

Anais Nin Henry Miller’s letter to Anais Nin March 1932 Anais, I don’t know how to tell you what I feel.

Johanna Spyri - Open Library

Johanna Spyri - Open Library

1938 Wood Engraving Selma Lagerlof Swedish Author Portrait Adventures Nils XGG1

1938 Wood Engraving Selma Lagerlof Swedish Author Portrait Adventures Nils XGG1

Travel Books, Wood Engraving, Painters, Woodblock Print, Woodcut Art, Tree Carving

Christopher Robin Milne with his teddy bear Edward and father A.A. Milne. The inspiration behind the Winnie-the-pooh stories

Alan Alexander Milne January 1882 – 31 January Milne was a noted English writer and playwright, best known for his classic children’s books about the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh.

Thomas Pynchon

A Bunch Of Unverified Stuff Concerning Thomas Pynchon - BlackBook

Estampilla Suiza, 1951 - Johanna Spyri

1951 - Johanna Spyri Stamp - My maiden name is Speary. (Spelling changed when family came to America) I am related to her. She wrote the children's novel, "Heidi"

3/14-Happy Birthday, Ludwig Emil Grimm, German artist, painter, professor, etcher, engraver, 1790-1863.

3/14-Happy Birthday, Ludwig Emil Grimm, German artist, painter, professor, etcher, engraver, 1790-1863.

Swedish novelist and Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerlöf was the first woman elected to membership in the Swedish Academy. Lagerlöf's letters to Sophie Elkan, You Teach Me to Be Free (Du lär mig att bli fri), published nearly a century later, tell a passionate love story that began in 1894 and apparently remained the most important relationship of Lagerlöf's life until Elkan's death in 1921. Lagerlöf dedicated her novel Jerusalem I (1901) to "Sophie Elkan, my companion in life and letters."

Swedish novelist and Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerlöf was the first woman elected to membership in the Swedish Academy. Lagerlöf's letters to Sophie Elkan, You Teach Me to Be Free (Du lär mig att bli fri), published nearly a century later, tell a passionate love story that began in 1894 and apparently remained the most important relationship of Lagerlöf's life until Elkan's death in 1921. Lagerlöf dedicated her novel Jerusalem I (1901) to "Sophie Elkan, my companion in life and letters."

Portrait of Dorothea Viehmann, a primary source of many of the tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, pen and ink by Emil Ludwig Grimm, the third Grimm brother, before 1815.

Portrait of Dorothea Viehmann, a primary source of many of the tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, pen and ink by Emil Ludwig Grimm, the third Grimm brother, before

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