Good Looking Essays On The Virtue Of Images

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Otherwise, it seems needlessly emasculating for the smaller editions.

Otherwise, it seems needlessly emasculating for the smaller editions.

So would James Wood, who has written that “in any private library the totality of books is meaningful, while each individual volume is relatively meaningless.” Certainly a lifetime of taste is more illuminating than whatever one read last week.

In interviews, the question of “desert island” books is difficult for writers to answer, not because it’s complex but because it’s misrepresentative.

I bought it off an artist and like to delude myself into thinking it has good juju.

On the ledge above the chair are galleys — early-bound work distributed for press coverage — by contemporary giants like Haruki Murakami, Zadie Smith and Bret Easton Ellis.

In recent years, there’s been a rejection of the stodgy old alphabet in favor of organizational principles driven by color, size and genre. Aesthetics in literature are important, but literature as aesthetics makes me nervous.

When did a candle-topped pyramid of paperbacks become a symbol of depth?I may not have a specific, contextualized association with every title in my possession, but most have had a direct impact. And because of the way they’re positioned, they continue to. Like it or not, I am in constant, real-time conversation with their contents.The ledge above my desk is home to spirit animals (keeping in mind that selecting an arctic fox as one’s spirit animal does not make one an arctic fox).If you line up your novels in rainbow order but don’t Instagram them, were they ever really there?Before the 16th century, books weren’t even shelved with their spines out. To me, arranging books solely by size makes sense only if you are a collector of art monographs.Believe me, it shocks no one more than me, who traffics in sarcasm, that I’m sitting here (literally, under an unlikely canopy of Lydia Millet and Charlie Smith) extolling the virtues of a sentimental library. And as a person who renounces fads — no pastel pyramids for me, thank you — part of me still aspires to a more traditional approach. And it’s comforting to think that, like emotions themselves, books can be corralled by time and order. MIT Press began publishing journals in 1970 with the first volumes of Linguistic Inquiry and the Journal of Interdisciplinary History.Today we publish over 30 titles in the arts and humanities, social sciences, and science and technology.

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