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fishlfinger:

ladyhistory:

I told my students to study for their test with the fury of a thousand James Madisons.

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is that accurate or no

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TRACK: when a motherfucker touches you

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joshvadun:

wait, bastille is also a band????? i’ve just been fangirling over this old ass french prison the whole time smh

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johnpolidori:

Accidentally writing “pervy shelley” instead of percy shelley

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(Source: johnpolidori, via darkanachronism)


I’m amused by modern pop artists who can only sing about sex, as if nothing else mattered on the planet.

— Morrissey (via frankieisstrange)

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thegentlemanscloset:

Love the detail of this painting. You can see the silver buckle and the straps for the breeches, as well as the jewels and the large buttons.
Detail of buckle and buttons of a pair of yellow breeches worn by Sebastián Martínez y Pérez (1747–1800), 1792, by Francisco de Goya.

thegentlemanscloset:

Love the detail of this painting. You can see the silver buckle and the straps for the breeches, as well as the jewels and the large buttons.

Detail of buckle and buttons of a pair of yellow breeches worn by Sebastián Martínez y Pérez (1747–1800), 1792, by Francisco de Goya.

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greuze:

Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, Madame Grande (Detail), 1783

greuze:

Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, Madame Grande (Detail), 1783

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eighteenthcenturyfiction:

The whole picture: I cropped this image a little for the cover of the new special issue of the journal Eighteenth-Century Fiction: “The Senses of Humour/Les Sens de l’humour,” so I thought I should share the entire engraving here on Tumblr.
Read this special issue and other numbers of Eighteenth-Century Fiction online via institutional subscription at Project MUSE:http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/eighteenth_century_fiction/toc/ecf.26.4.html

eighteenthcenturyfiction:

The whole picture: I cropped this image a little for the cover of the new special issue of the journal Eighteenth-Century Fiction: “The Senses of Humour/Les Sens de l’humour,” so I thought I should share the entire engraving here on Tumblr.

Read this special issue and other numbers of Eighteenth-Century Fiction online via institutional subscription at Project MUSE:
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/eighteenth_century_fiction/toc/ecf.26.4.html

(via 18thcenturylove)