Mary Miles Minter, 1917

Mary Miles Minter, 1917

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Anonymous said:
how many books have you got?

I took some pictures a few months ago of my book collection (here) and the last time someone asked me a similar question (here) they were about 270 (i include only the ones i bought myself). There are far more by now. How many books do you have? ^-^

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viα my-next-adventure: Went to the new #acropolis #museum today #athens #greece

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Anonymous said:
Idk i always picture the pronunciation of "mortisia" very sexy, like italian and french fashion, i find it very hot... Just imagine somebody whispering in your ear gently and eroticly... Idk just wanted to share that lol ur awesome o/


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Anonymous said:
Hello, Mortisia! I've got two questions for you. I know that you like Kuroshitsuji, so I was wondering if you have any ships about the series. And, do you happen to read any other manga? Take care!

Hello stranger and thank you for your questions. Hmmm Sebastian and me?! Does this count? :P I dont think though i am very much into.. shipping. Indeed, Kuroshitsuji is my top favourite manga but i have read many. At the top of my head; Death Note, Blue Exorcist, Hellsing, One Piece, Tokyo Ghoul, Blood +, Trinity Blood, Emma, Karneval, NANA, Devil and Realist, Rurouni Kenshin, When the Seagulls Cry, Shiki and more… 

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Never Bet the Devil Your Head, often subtitled "A Tale With a Moral", is a short story by American author Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1841. The satirical tale pokes fun at the notion that all literature should have a moral and spoofs transcendentalism.

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Is a clear attack on transcendentalism, which the narrator calls a “disease” afflicting Toby Dammit. The narrator, in fact, sends the bill for Dammit’s funeral expenses to the transcendentalists, who refuse to pay because of their disbelief in evil. Despite specific mentions of transcendentalism and its flagship journal The Dial, Poe denied that he had any specific targets. Elsewhere, he certainly admitted a distaste for transcendentalists, whom he called “Frogpondians” after the pond on Boston Common. He ridiculed their writings in particular by calling them “metaphor-run,” lapsing into “obscurity for obscurity’s sake” or “mysticism for mysticism’s sake.” Poe once wrote in a letter to Thomas Holley Chivers that he did not dislike transcendentalists, “only the pretenders and sophists among them.”

A cherry blossom is the flower of any of several trees of genus Prunus, particularly the Japanese Cherry, Prunus serrulata, which is sometimes called sakura after the Japanese (桜 or 櫻; さくら).

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