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Lettre de André Malraux à Louis Pralus : « Un poète est un chercheur de trésors »

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Doris Lessing was a novelist, playwright, poet, short story writer, and biographer.

Karen Blixen (aka Isak Denison) is one of my favorite authors.

Karen von Blixen, aka Isak Dinesen " She was my tender age of women hood" k.

How to Make a Table Topped with Letters | All Too Lovely

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my inspiration Letter Table Top Idea. Wooden letters numbers adhered to a table top. I would have a piece of clear glass cut to place over the top of the letters

A manuscript by Charlotte Brontë that fits comfortably into the palm.The miniature booklet, one of six handwritten "Young Men's Magazines" made by the author when she was 14, is now at La Musée des Lettres et Manuscrits in Paris. The manuscript is set in Glass Town, a fictional world created by the teenage Brontës, and contains 4,000 words over 19 pages. Photo credit: AFP / Getty Images

Charlotte Brontë manuscript bought for £690,000 by Paris museum

A curator at the Musee des Lettres et Manuscrits (Letters and Manuscripts Museum) displays the miniature manuscript dated 1830 written by Charlotte Bronte at the museum in Paris January

Tove Jansson -- Finnish painter / designer / illustrator - fantastic photograph of her!

Tove Jansson -- Finnish painter / designer / illustrator / author - fantastic photograph of her!

French novelist Alphonse Daudet by Felix Nadar. Mid 1860s.

French novelist Alphonse Daudet by Felix Nadar. Mid French novelist, father of writers Léon Daudet and Lucien Daudet. Letters from my Windmill

Salman Rushdie photographed by Fay Godwin; Salman Rushdie (1947 Jun 19, Mumbai);  British Indian novelist and essayist; catapulted to controversial infamy 1988 with 4th novel  The Satanic Verses; Commandeur de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France Jan 1999 + 2007 Jun knighted in UK; since 2000 prof. @Emory University, US

“What is freedom of expression? Without the freedom to offend, it ceases to exist.” - Salman Rushdie - British author born in India

Le Pavillon des Lettres, Paris, FranceEach of the 26 rooms at Le Pavillon des Lettres has been assigned a letter of the alphabet, and honors a writer whose last name begins with that letter (from A for Andersen, Hans Christian to Z for Zola, Emile), featuring quotations from his or her work beautifully stenciled on the walls. Plus, each room comes with an iPad loaded with reading material, for all the modern lovers of literature.

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Another literary hotel - in Paris - and Ipad in every room loaded with reading, rooms denoted by alphabet - Z for Zola, with quotes stenciled on wall from his works.