(Source: undsasha, via addictly)

"Hemingway and James Joyce were drinking buddies in Paris. Joyce was thin and bespectacled; Hemingway was tall and strapping. When they went out Joyce would get drunk, pick a fight with a bigger guy in the bar and then hide behind Hemingway and yell, “Deal with him, Hemingway. Deal with him.”"

[x] (via newzerokaneda)

Between this and the story about him reassuring F. Scott Fitzgerald re dick size, I’m developing a picture of Hemingway as the mother hen of the disaffected white male literary set of the early 20th century.

He probably called up Steinbeck sometimes and was like I CAN’T EVEN WITH THESE DIPSHITS and Steinbeck was all “That’s what you get for living in Paris, asshole”.

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dalezorritamovemela:

juas

dalezorritamovemela:

juas

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Sigur Ros – Festival (160 plays)

mockingvenus:

æ ron un tól de ron
ýu ran fó ýu so gvö sól de ron
ýu sal te ron
ýu sál nó te ró
ýu sól nó

æ ron gvö sól de ron
æ ron fó ýu so gvö sól te ron
ýu sal te ron
ýu sál nó te ró
ýu sól nó

ís se ran fa tjú
ýu se ron ne tjú
ýu se ró vel de tjú uru

ýu sá ron ýu drá dlón nó
ýu sal te ron
ýu san nó te ró
ýu sól nó

æ ron sól de ron
ýu sal nó ýu þrá dló old de ron
ýu sal te ron
ýu sál nó te ró
ýu sól nó

ís se non fa tjú
ýu se non ne njú
ýu se ró vel tjú uru


(ljó ljó ljó ljó ljóljó ljó ljó)
(ljó ljó ljó ljó ljóljó ljó ljó)

ís sel nó man nó tvu
ís sel nó man nó tvu
ís sel nó man nó tvu

(uru uru uru uru uru uru uru)
(uru uru uru uru uru uru uru)

"I think the role or the objective of a good songwriter is to write something incredibly personal and private that somehow becomes more universal."

Damon Albarn | The Quietus - March 31, 2014 (via damonalbarn)

franny-squalor-glass:

The Path to “The Catcher in the Rye”

polemccartney:

and the winner is……….leonardo……….da vinci!!! congratulations on mona lisa

(via pricum)

franny-squalor-glass:

A 1962 letter from Salinger in response to a young fan

franny-squalor-glass:

A 1962 letter from Salinger in response to a young fan

franny-squalor-glass:

The letter J.D.Salinger wrote to Ernest Hemingway from a military hospital in Nuremberg in 1944
“I’d give my right arm to get out of the Army, but not on a psychiatric, this-man-is-not-fit-for-the-Army-life ticket. I have a very sensitive novel in mind, and I won’t have the author called a jerk in 1950. I am a jerk, but the wrong people mustn’t know it.”

franny-squalor-glass:

The letter J.D.Salinger wrote to Ernest Hemingway from a military hospital in Nuremberg in 1944

“I’d give my right arm to get out of the Army, but not on a psychiatric, this-man-is-not-fit-for-the-Army-life ticket. I have a very sensitive novel in mind, and I won’t have the author called a jerk in 1950. I am a jerk, but the wrong people mustn’t know it.”

"Nothing was wrong with me except that I’ve been in an almost constant state of despondency and I thought it would be good to talk to somebody sane."

J.D Salinger, Letters (via man-of-prose)

"He looked over at Franny and smiled at her. “Anyway. Just in case I forgot to mention it. I love you. Did I get around to mentioning that?”"

Franny and Zooey, J.D Salinger (via man-of-prose)

"I don’t give a fuck what people think because people don’t think"

Kanye West (via irrealizm)

(Source: defianse, via pricum)

"'The only people who see the whole picture,' he murmured, 'are the ones who step out of the frame.'"

Salman Rushdie (via likeafieldmouse)

tomrny:

DO YOU EVER JUST GET NERVOUS ABOUT LITERALLY NOTHING AND YOU DONT KNOW WHY BUT YOU ARE

(via muse)