4 thoughts on “The Read-Nest

  1. Gosh, reminds me too much of being holed up in my private library carrell for hours on end.

    I prefer space. Give me Spurgeon’s library, or the library of Alexander Whyte: soaring bookcases, titanic desk, hardwood floors, roaring fire. Lebensraum. Ah, now that’s a bibliophile’s dream!

    TB

  2. Here’s a space that’s much more to my liking: a place in which I’ve spent many a delicious hour:

    TB

  3. I agree, Heath! And having lived pretty much only in bipolar climates I can imagine its freezing/icy or burning/humid most the time. No thanks.

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