This highly-acclaimed book presents a wonderful selection of paintings, drawings and photographs of women reading through the ages, from Vermeer, Manet and Whistler to Edward Hopper and photographer Eve Arnold. The images are accompanied by detailed commentaries that explain the context in which each image was created, and a foreword by novelist Karen Joy Fowler and an engaging introduction explore reading as a female pursuit. Women Who Read Are Dangerous will appeal to book lovers everywhere.
We've re-imagined the classic librarian badge. A beautiful enamel pin in red and gold; a great gift for any bibliophile or library lover. Enameled red metal badge. Measures approx 3...
A charming sentiment from one of literature's most... welcoming hosts. This brilliant doormat is crafted from a high quality tufted coconut fibre which is perfect for those muddy boots! Welcome...
Jump into Alice's world with a fantastic book filled with advice for the modern women - all taken directly from Alice in Wonderland or Through the Looking Glass. A great...
Uh oh, where's the bear gone? Squashed inside your book, keeping your page for you! An entertaining handmade bookmark. Measures 17.5 x 4 cm. Handmade and hand-decorated.