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“Rosendale” by Paul La Farge

“Rosendale”

“One night they had a contest to see who could write the most frightening story.” Fiction by Paul La Farge.

Mr. Gauguin's heart. Marie-Danielle Croteau; Susan Ouriou; Isabelle Arsenault Publisher: Toronto : Tundra Books, 2007.

Mr. Gauguin’s Heart: The Beautiful and Bittersweet True Story of How Paul Gauguin Became an Artist

Gauguin’s Heart: The Beautiful and Bittersweet True Story of How Paul Gauguin Became an Artist – Brain Pickings

Paul Lewellan

Paul Lewellan

Stephen Alcorn ~ The Artist of the Missing: A Novel: Paul La Farge

Stephen Alcorn ~ The Artist of the Missing: A Novel: Paul La Farge

Haussmann, or the Distinction: A Novel by Paul La Farge http://www.amazon.com/dp/0312420927/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Tjptub0K72HRZ

Haussmann or the Distinction by Paul LaFarge. This is on my "to read" list. I love the works of Paul LaFarge.

I know its long but how friggen funny was this?

Collection of 16 hilarious scumbag brain memes that are guaranteed to make you laugh. I bet you can find yourself in the most of these situations!

Lord Alfred “Bosie” Douglas and Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde (R) with his lover, Lord Alfred "Bosie" Douglas.

His new book is a travelogue of the most deeply disinvested parts of this country, told from the window seats of cross-country Greyhound buses and over day trips to struggling towns and cities across greater Philadelphia.

What You Pawn I Will Redeem by Sherman Alexie

What You Pawn I Will Redeem

The Wal-Martization of the bridal business.

The best books of 2014 - the ultimate list based on rankings from The New York Times, Goodreads, NPR, Publishers Weekly, and 20 other sources.

Top 20 best books of 2014 – the ultimate list (infographic)

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