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"Not all those who wander are lost" J. R. R. Tolkien

"You’re entirely bonkers. But I’ll tell you a secret: all the best people are."
— Alice to Mad Hatter
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July 19th
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bencdaily:

“I was at university playing Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s play Amadeus when my dad told me, ‘You’re better than I ever was, or will be. You’ll have a good time doing this. I’m going to support you’. It was a huge thing for a father to say to his son. It was very humbling and moving. One of the reasons I get out of bed in the morning and try to do my best each day is to make them proud.”

Happy 38th birthday Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch! (7.19.1976)
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HAPPY 38TH BIRTHDAY BENEDICT!

sherlockology:

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On this day…

July 19 1545 - The Tudor warship Mary Rose sinks off Portsmouth.

July 19 1553 - Lady Jane Grey is replaced by Mary I of England as Queen of England after having that title for just nine days.

July 19 1877 - The first Wimbledon tennis championships are held.

July 19 1879 -…

July 17th
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vintageanchorbooks:

On this day in 1951 J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye was published. Reviews were mixed, but having been pre-selected by the Book of the Month Club, the novel was immediately popular. Rare book dealers regard a good, signed copy of the first edition — this is the one with the dust-jacket picture of a quixotic, carousel horse — as “one of the most elusive of 20th century books.” The only rare book dealer recently offering one for sale (somewhat damaged, $35,000) says that the last signed edition for sale, about fifteen years ago, was inscribed by Salinger to Harold Ross of The New Yorker.
Read more here.

vintageanchorbooks:

On this day in 1951 J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye was published. Reviews were mixed, but having been pre-selected by the Book of the Month Club, the novel was immediately popular. Rare book dealers regard a good, signed copy of the first edition — this is the one with the dust-jacket picture of a quixotic, carousel horse — as “one of the most elusive of 20th century books.” The only rare book dealer recently offering one for sale (somewhat damaged, $35,000) says that the last signed edition for sale, about fifteen years ago, was inscribed by Salinger to Harold Ross of The New Yorker.

Read more here.

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