Googly Eye Books

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Donation of the Day.
The Magus by John Fowles, 1965. Googly!

"More an art than a science?"
"All good science is art. And all good art is science."
With this fine-sounding but hollow apophthegm he put down his googly eyes and moved towards the table.

boterhamworst:

lanelibteens:

Donation of the Day.

The Magus by John Fowles, 1965. Googly!

"More an art than a science?"

"All good science is art. And all good art is science."

With this fine-sounding but hollow apophthegm he put down his googly eyes and moved towards the table.

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boterhamworst:

lanelibteens:

Donation of the day.
The Ebony Tower by John Fowles 1974. Googly.

Like dreaming one is a book without it’s last chapters, suddenly: one is left forever on the last incomplete page, a loved face kneeling over wild googly eyes, a voice breaking the silence, a stupid crack-transfixed, for ever and ever, like a bad photograph.

boterhamworst:

lanelibteens:

Donation of the day.

The Ebony Tower by John Fowles 1974. Googly.

Like dreaming one is a book without it’s last chapters, suddenly: one is left forever on the last incomplete page, a loved face kneeling over wild googly eyes, a voice breaking the silence, a stupid crack-transfixed, for ever and ever, like a bad photograph.

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Donation of the Day.
Carrie by Stephen King, 1974

In the opinion of this researcher, a great many of the people who have researched the Carrie White matter-either for the scientific journals or for the popular press-have placed a mistaken emphasis on a relatively fruitless search for incidents of googly eyes in the girl’s childhood.

lanelibteens:

Donation of the Day.

Carrie by Stephen King, 1974

In the opinion of this researcher, a great many of the people who have researched the Carrie White matter-either for the scientific journals or for the popular press-have placed a mistaken emphasis on a relatively fruitless search for incidents of googly eyes in the girl’s childhood.

Filed under stephen king carrie