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The Writers’ Museum, Edinburgh | Scotland: Edinburgh, the vibrant and age old capital of Scotland blends an exciting mix of historic buildings with a contemporary ambiance. But it is the old section off the Royal Mile that truly defines the flavour of Old Scotland. One of the most interesting places to explore is the Writers’ Museum Edinburgh housed in what was once a private home built in the mid 1600’s. Known as Lady Stair’s house the stone covered walls of the multi story building are situated on a cobblestone courtyard off the Stair’s Close (close defines Edinburgh’s quaint little alleyways).
Three famous writers of Scotland are honoured in this small museum that displays memorabilia and historical information about their lives and works. The Writers’ Museum Edinburgh gives visitors a chance to not only learn a few facts about Scotland’s famous authors but an opportunity to walk through a period home. Wall displays and dozens of interesting personal items including pipes, chess sets and snuff boxes fill the small interior spaces.

cccartwheelsinyourhonour:

The Writers’ Museum, Edinburgh Scotland: Edinburgh, the vibrant and age old capital of Scotland blends an exciting mix of historic buildings with a contemporary ambiance. But it is the old section off the Royal Mile that truly defines the flavour of Old Scotland. One of the most interesting places to explore is the Writers’ Museum Edinburgh housed in what was once a private home built in the mid 1600’s. Known as Lady Stair’s house the stone covered walls of the multi story building are situated on a cobblestone courtyard off the Stair’s Close (close defines Edinburgh’s quaint little alleyways).

Three famous writers of Scotland are honoured in this small museum that displays memorabilia and historical information about their lives and works. The Writers’ Museum Edinburgh gives visitors a chance to not only learn a few facts about Scotland’s famous authors but an opportunity to walk through a period home. Wall displays and dozens of interesting personal items including pipes, chess sets and snuff boxes fill the small interior spaces.

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10.16.14

Bryan Stevenson discusses his book, Just Mercy.

I love bookshelves, and stacks of books, spines, typography, and the feel of pages between my fingertips. I love bookmarks, and old bindings, and stars in margins next to beautiful passages. I love exuberant underlinings that recall to me a swoon of language-love from a long-ago reading, something I hoped to remember. I love book plates, and inscriptions in gifts from loved ones, I love author signatures, and I love books sitting around reminding me of them, being present in my life, being. I love books. Not just for what they contain. I love them as objects too, as ever-present reminders of what they contain, and because they are beautiful. They are one of my favorite things in life, really at the tiptop of the list, easily my favorite inanimate things in existence, and … I am just not cottoning on to this idea of making them … not exist anymore. Making them cease to take up space in the world, in my life? No, please do not take away the physical reality of my books.
Laini Taylor (via littledallilasbookshelf)

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