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Thomas, I am LOVING your blog! I was born in Brussels and went to Bruges recently, so your recent photos from there have a strong resonance for me.And "Widow Barnaby" is sooo funny. I am a huge Anthony Trollope fan, and wanted to check out his mother, and all I can say is if the last 300 pages are as great as the first 100, it is definitely going to go on my favorites list. Widow Barnaby is a fabulously funny anti-heroine: smug, arrogant and conceited and her attempts to marry off her niece in high society have me giggling in bed, much to my husband's annoyance.
Thanks Lisa. It goes without saying that your blog is a work of art.It was my first trip to Belgium and I have since discovered all kinds of Belgium-lovers out there. I think I enjoyed Antwerp the most, which is somewhat counter to what most people say. But I am a contrarian at heart.
What an interesting cover! I love the colour. I really must read Howards End...
How indeed could you pass this up?! It's lovely. I too need to get around to reading it...
As much as I love the cover it doesn't really give you any sense of what's inside. One doesn't think of 60s/70s abstraction when one reads Howards End.
That is such a beautiful cover! If only I could get on with EMF more... but I haven't read Howards End yet - have a copy now, so it won't be too long.
Simon: I guess if Austen isn't my favorite then you are entitled to not worship Forster.
That is definitely a very cool cover. I've only read A Passage to India. Would love to read more EMF.
I have a copy with that same cover! Only mine says $1.95! The date on the inside is the original pub. date of 1921. Does yours have a blurb in the back about the 'face' - 'Electra linotype?'
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