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The fact that I can get every copy of Vogue published within the past fifty years and about eighty books about Kierkegaard, but not a single book about Judaism or Islam in my university library is a genuine point of contention and annoyance for me, but should be evidence of a lot of things to more people. 

There are, so far, exactly as man screen caps from Supernatural as there are Dore Paradise Lost illustrations in my dissertation. 

I can see no futures in which my peer edits don’t go well. 

Holy Mother Teresa as a Pilgrim by Juan Correa

Holy Mother Teresa as a Pilgrim by Juan Correa

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Marcel Storr (1911-1976), Untitled n.d.

Marcel Storr (1911-1976), Untitled n.d.

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Roots ,Handmade ceiling light made of pewter wires by FMFOS

Roots ,Handmade ceiling light made of pewter wires by FMFOS

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Bodice of the folk costume from Modlnica, Kraków West region, Poland, c. 1924.

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Large-leaf Grass of Parnassus - Parnassia grandifolia
Photo credit: ©Alan Cressler | Locality: Ocala National Forest, Marion Co., Florida, US (2010)

Large-leaf Grass of Parnassus - Parnassia grandifolia

Photo credit: ©Alan Cressler | Locality: Ocala National Forest, Marion Co., Florida, US (2010)

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Edward S. Curtis photographs taken among the Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw speaking peoples of Vancouver Island, B.C., 1910-1914.

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Edward S. Curtis, Nuhlimkilaka (Bringer of Confusion), Koskimo (Quatsino First Nation), ca.1914.

Edward S. Curtis, Nuhlimkilaka (Bringer of Confusion), Koskimo (Quatsino First Nation), ca.1914.

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Sun Mask, Haida (Artist unidentified); c. 1870.

Sun Mask, Haida (Artist unidentified); c. 1870.

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"The paulownia crest that adorns this rooftop of one of the buildings in Kōdai-ji temple is the coat of arms (mon) for Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the man who unified Japan following Oda Nobunaga’s death in 1582. Kōdai-ji was established in 1606 by Hideyoshi’s wife, Nene in honor of Hideyoshi. to pray for her late husband. Kōdai-ji is a Rinzai sect Zen Buddhist temple.”  Text and photography by Rekishi no Tabi on Flickr

"The paulownia crest that adorns this rooftop of one of the buildings in Kōdai-ji temple is the coat of arms (mon) for Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the man who unified Japan following Oda Nobunaga’s death in 1582. Kōdai-ji was established in 1606 by Hideyoshi’s wife, Nene in honor of Hideyoshi. to pray for her late husband. Kōdai-ji is a Rinzai sect Zen Buddhist temple.”  Text and photography by Rekishi no Tabi on Flickr

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