living a shakespearean sit-com

constantly blaming inanmate objects for my misfortunes
wehadfacesthen:

Katharine Hepburn, 1952, a photo by Norman Parkinson

wehadfacesthen:

Katharine Hepburn, 1952, a photo by Norman Parkinson

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humanoidhistory:

From Russia with Love (1963): ”Ah, the old game: give a wolf a taste and then leave him hungry. My friend, she’s got you dangling.”

humanoidhistory:

From Russia with Love (1963): ”Ah, the old game: give a wolf a taste and then leave him hungry. My friend, she’s got you dangling.”

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bloodyredcarpet:

On this day in 1897, a screen legend was born…bowing down with great respect to one hell of a great actor, Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel, known to movie lovers the world over as Mr. Fredric March! (August 31, 1897 - April 14, 1975)

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vintageanchorbooks:

Happy Birthday, Mary Shelley
"Nothing makes you think about death quite like a birthday. For no writer is this a more appropriate paradox than for Mary Shelley, who was born on August 30th, 1797. Shelley’s most famous work, the reason why we remember her birth 217 years after it occurred, is Frankenstein, which tells the story of a young doctor who creates a living being out of dead body parts, leading to much sorrow.”
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vintageanchorbooks:

Happy Birthday, Mary Shelley

"Nothing makes you think about death quite like a birthday. For no writer is this a more appropriate paradox than for Mary Shelley, who was born on August 30th, 1797. Shelley’s most famous work, the reason why we remember her birth 217 years after it occurred, is Frankenstein, which tells the story of a young doctor who creates a living being out of dead body parts, leading to much sorrow.”

Read more on Biographile…