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minusmanhattan:

Read a book! 
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"Of all the things which man can do or make here below, by far the most momentous, wonderful, and worthy are the things we call books."
— Thomas Carlyle (via observando)

booksandtea:

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booksandtea:

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bookmania:

"i like my body when it is with your" by e.e. cummings (by fleurology)

bookmania:

"i like my body when it is with your" by e.e. cummings (by fleurology)


Hogwarts houses headcanons for TSH

francis-abernathy:

Henry -Slytherin. Henry is cunning, though he doesn’t seem to value ambition as much. (Richard at one point wonders what he’s even doing at Hampden when he is capable of so much.) Still, I wouldn’t place him in any other house. 

Richard -Gryffindor. I originally thought he might be in Slytherin or Ravenclaw, but Richard isn’t very motivated or ambitious. He doesn’t seem to care one way or another about fair play, dabbles in illegal substances, and doesn’t outright disapprove of other illegal activities. 

Bunny -Gryffindor. Bunny is loud, reckless, and embodies quite a few Gryffindor stereotypes. 

Camilla -Ravenclaw. Camilla seems like she would do well in this house, surrounded by people who value intelligence and are willing to overlook eccentricities (if her relationship with Charles can be called that).  

Francis -Ravenclaw. Francis is intelligent and values knowledge and wit, but lack ambition. He is not very brave and doesn’t seem to care for fair play either. 

Charles -Gryffindor. I put him here mainly because of how reckless he is. If he valued hard work a little more I think he could be in Hufflepuff, but most of the group values resourcefulness over honest work. 

Julian -Slytherin. He definitely values ambition. Here is a whole thing about the similarities between him and Slughorn. 

 i actually feel like bunny would be a slytherinbecause he’s a very selfish and cruel person who does so many slytherin-y thingsbut other than that yes yes yesssss, 

quidsquid: remember though that the sorting hats sorts based on what you value, not what quality you possess. also slytherin isn’t inherently bad, I wouldn’t sort someone into that house just because they did bad things. there are examples of characters who are very selfish and cruel (peter pettigrew) in gryffindor as well. sorry, I am very defensive when it comes to slytherin things! 


Hogwarts houses headcanons for TSH

Henry -Slytherin. Henry is cunning, though he doesn’t seem to value ambition as much. (Richard at one point wonders what he’s even doing at Hampden when he is capable of so much.) Still, I wouldn’t place him in any other house. 

Richard -Gryffindor. I originally thought he might be in Slytherin or Ravenclaw, but Richard isn’t very motivated or ambitious. He doesn’t seem to care one way or another about fair play, dabbles in illegal substances, and doesn’t outright disapprove of other illegal activities. 

Bunny -Gryffindor. Bunny is loud, reckless, and embodies quite a few Gryffindor stereotypes. 

Camilla -Ravenclaw. Camilla seems like she would do well in this house, surrounded by people who value intelligence and are willing to overlook eccentricities (if her relationship with Charles can be called that).  

Francis -Ravenclaw. Francis is intelligent and values knowledge and wit, but lack ambition. He is not very brave and doesn’t seem to care for fair play either. 

Charles -Gryffindor. I put him here mainly because of how reckless he is. If he valued hard work a little more I think he could be in Hufflepuff, but most of the group values resourcefulness over honest work. 

Julian -Slytherin. He definitely values ambition. Here is a whole thing about the similarities between him and Slughorn. 


but lbr, none of them would be in Hufflepuff (which values hard work, patience, loyalty, and fair play rather than a particular aptitude in its members)


"I was raised among books, making invisible friends in pages that seemed cast from dust and whose smell I carry on my hands to this day."
Carlos Ruiz ZafonThe Shadow Of The Wind (via bookmania)

Can we talk about TSH characters and what Hogwarts houses they’d be in? Please?

Personally I see Henry being in Slytherin, Bunny in Gryffindor, and Camilla and Francis in Ravenclaw. I think you could make a case for Richard also being in Slytherin, espically because of his loyalty, but I’m not quite sure.

Thoughts?  

(also I have talked about TSH and Hogwarts here)

edit: I forgot about Charles, but I’m making a bigger post on this so I’ll just add him in then.


jassiepassievruchtmoodboard:

Books and libraries

It just has an autmny feel to it


"The most interesting villains are the ones who make us uncomfortable because we look at them and we recognize ourselves."
— Kevin Durand from Playing a Bad Guy in Everything  (via catelynstarks)

"

There are no Jack Kerouacs or Holden Caulfields for girls. Literary girls don’t take road-trips to find themselves; they take trips to find men.

"Great" books, as defined by the Western canon, didn’t contain female protagonists I could admire. In fact, they barely contained female protagonists at all.

"

a-golden-dream:

Mythology picspam - Maenads, followers of Bacchus

a-golden-dream:

Mythology picspam - Maenads, followers of Bacchus