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Derrida and Other Animals

Derrida and Other Animals

Jacques Derrida, French philosopher, b. July 15, 1930

Jacques Derrida, French philosopher, b. July 15, 1930

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I think the black would go well in our living room and this wouldn't feel to crowdy in our place. we would want part of it to be built to accommodate the records or else leave that part out to keep our current record storage in place. Even just on one side of the door way this could hold all the books probably. It would make me so happy to minimize the footprint of the books and still have them handy.

I think the black would go well in our living room and this wouldn't feel to crowdy in our place. we would want part of it to be built to accommodate the records or else leave that part out to keep our current record storage in place. Even just on one side of the door way this could hold all the books probably. It would make me so happy to minimize the footprint of the books and still have them handy.

Come to the back of the Ralph's

Come to the back of the Ralph's

Tea, Coffee, and Books

Tea, Coffee, and Books

The alcove off the Writing Room in the Tower at Sissinghurst Castle, Kent where the main body of Vita Sackville-West's personal library of books are stored. Sissinghurst was the home of Vita Sackville-West and her husband Sir Harold Nicolson, near Cranbrook, Kent.

The alcove off the Writing Room in the Tower at Sissinghurst Castle, Kent where the main body of Vita Sackville-West's personal library of books are stored. Sissinghurst was the home of Vita Sackville-West and her husband Sir Harold Nicolson, near Cranbrook, Kent.