Littlefinger was only a mask he had to wear. Only sometimes Sansa found it hard to tell where the man ended and the mask began. Littlefinger and Lord Petyr looked so very much alike. She would have fled them both, perhaps, but there was nowhere for her to go … I have no place but here, Sansa thought miserably, and no true friend but Petyr.

Wednesday, 12:54 AM   + 812

Inside the covers of Barnes & Noble leatherbound classics

{ Brontë, Dickens, Twain, Shakespeare }

Wednesday, 12:51 AM   + 6336
beaut   art   literature  

« Can you see? The two lovers over here. The man with the hat and the red-haired girl. » 

What i find very interesting in the Nighthawks of Hopper is the couple at the bar who slightly touch their hands. Or maybe they’re strangers and they share important information for a dangerous mobster or maybe they’re cops and take a break after a long journey? Perhaps the barman who smile at them is a dangerous murderer and they’re going to catch him just after Madame had finished her peanuts? 

Tuesday, 11:30 PM   + 825
yeeeeeesssssss   art  


Jane Austen, Emma

Submitted by .

Tuesday, 10:10 PM   + 1790
sighs deeply   emma   jane austen   words  
Behind Enemy Lines, 1941 
Dmitrii Baltermants

Tuesday, 08:42 PM   + 2689
history   photography  
Tuesday, 07:19 PM   + 4366
kill me   sansa stark   asoiaf  

"Do you like Bach, Mr. Mulder?"
"I live for Bach."
"Then let’s hear it again."

Tuesday, 11:39 AM   + 128
the x files  


Tu t’en repentiras, Colin.

George du Maurier, from Wives and daughters : an every-day story vol. 1, by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, London, 1866.


Tuesday, 11:18 AM   + 191



The Hand of the King (from Noble Collection)

Tuesday, 11:11 AM   + 225