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Eugen Krüger (1832-1876), Stag

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Eugen Krüger (1832-1876), Stag

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We called it Sin.

so damn good

captainhanni:

sighs @ own self

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riannafinch:

A cute pic of me in 100 years

riannafinch:

A cute pic of me in 100 years

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Vintage beauty :
Belle Bilton.1889.

arsenicinshell:

Vintage beauty :

Belle Bilton.1889.

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I love Wilde, but we’re going to need some time apart after this thesis is done.

I love Wilde, but we’re going to need some time apart after this thesis is done.

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amandaonwriting:

Literary Periods with a Timeline
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I LOVEEEE THIS.
I don’t know why, but I am obsessed with the evolution of literature through history. I love love love it. Last year when I taught English 11, I was able to work closely with the American History teacher to simultaneously track lit movements with their corresponding historical framework and oh my WORD I absolutely adored it.
Fast fact: If I could ever create am English elective to teach, it would—without question—be Modernist American Literature. Swoon <3

heykkkkatie:

amandaonwriting:

Literary Periods with a Timeline

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I LOVEEEE THIS.

I don’t know why, but I am obsessed with the evolution of literature through history. I love love love it. Last year when I taught English 11, I was able to work closely with the American History teacher to simultaneously track lit movements with their corresponding historical framework and oh my WORD I absolutely adored it.

Fast fact: If I could ever create am English elective to teach, it would—without question—be Modernist American Literature. Swoon <3

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