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PulpGen

There is never enough pulp books to post. That’s why I would like to invite you to visit the pulp portion of PulpGen. The first reason to take a look there is the biography and bibliography of four pulp fiction … Continue reading

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Yvan Delporte (1928 – 2007)

The comics writer Yvan Delporte (EN) passed away on March 5, 2007. He was the editor-in-chief of Le Journal de Spirou (Spirou), a Belgian magazine, between 1955 and 1968 during a period considered by many the golden age of Franco-Belgian … Continue reading

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Beatrix Potter

Via a wonderful new blog, What’s New at the Internet Archive – eye candy for me, I discovered the cheerful work of Beatrix Potter. The English children’s book author and illustrator grew up in a rich family, but her parents … Continue reading

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Bed Books

I love books, but not all. For example I don’t think that Bed Books are a so brilliant idea. The revolutionary way Bed Books are printed will enable you to lie in any comfortable position and hold the book at … Continue reading

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Illustrated Book of Sexual Records

Illustrated Book of Sexual Records: Sexual Superlatives from all around the World. Over 450 entries of human physiology, sexual techniques and performance, arts, culture, sexology, prudery, superstition and more. Full of odd and weird information. My favourite is the arts … Continue reading

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Charles Dickens

Well, since I talked about “A Christmas Carol“, now let’s talk about Charles Dickens now. And here are my selection of links about him and his works. Charles Dickens works, life and family, Dickens´s London and links. Charles Dickens: The … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol

Oops, sorry, I forgot to check out on Internet Archive if there was something more about Christmas before finish my last post about it. And now I need to post about one of the movie’s version of Charles Dickens‘ classic … Continue reading

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Bruce McCall

Bruce McCall is a Canadian author and illustrator, currently best known for his frequent contributions to the New Yorker. Born and raised in Simcoe, Ontario, he was always fascinated by comic books and showed an early aptitude for drawing fantastical … Continue reading

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Artistic Interpretations of Literary Figures

Artistic Interpretations of Literary Figures is a fantastic site that put together two things that I love, literature and illustration. The site has an extensive collection of images of characters from the literature or the writers by many illustrators. illustrations … Continue reading

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