Luke's Commonplace Book

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This is Luke's Commonplace Book, circa April, 2007.

February 8, 2012 at 4:44pm
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If I ruled the world, or at least a publishing company, all books would contain as much supplementary information as possible. Nonfiction, fiction—doesn’t matter. Every work would have an appendix filled with diagrams, background information, digressions and anecdata. And of course, maps. Lots and lots of maps

— Victoria Johnson, “The Maps We Wandered Into As Kids” (cf. my post, “Maps of Fictional Worlds”)

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    This reminds about when I used to work at a bookstore and they carried that Audrey Hepburn Treasures book. It sat on the...
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