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Grab a coffee and have a quiet relaxing introverted day with your inner bookworm away from people with these nerdy designs.

Grab a coffee and have a quiet relaxing introverted day with your inner bookworm away from people with these nerdy designs.

Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863), Study of a Young Girl, Pen and iron-gall ink

Eugène Delacroix (1798–1863), Study of a Young Girl, Pen and iron-gall ink

Autographed letter from Victor Hugo to the committee members for the statue of George Sand La Chatre

Autographed letter from Victor Hugo to the committee members for the statue of George Sand La Chatre

Grow your mind. Nourish your soul.

Grow your mind. Nourish your soul.

Réduire le gaspillage de papier avec l'autocollant "Pub Non Merci"

Réduire le gaspillage de papier avec l'autocollant "Pub Non Merci"

Apple is a symbol of creativity (as well as creation) and is an emblem of art and poetry. Apple trees are also associated with virtue and the tree (as well as the fruit) is a symbol of purity and mortherhood.

Apple is a symbol of creativity (as well as creation) and is an emblem of art and poetry. Apple trees are also associated with virtue and the tree (as well as the fruit) is a symbol of purity and mortherhood.

How To Make Your Life Better By Sending Five Simple Emails:  A 'thank you' to someone, an end-of-week summary to a boss, a note to a potential mentor, a let's-get-together to a friend, a career-networking note.

How To Make Your Life Better By Sending Five Simple Emails: A 'thank you' to someone, an end-of-week summary to a boss, a note to a potential mentor, a let's-get-together to a friend, a career-networking note.

Portrait de Paul Verlaine, 1868, by Frederic Bazille

Portrait de Paul Verlaine, 1868, by Frederic Bazille

Portrait de George Sand par Alfred de Musset, dessins, 1833, album ayant appartenu à George Sand. Bibliothèque de l’Institut © RMN

Portrait de George Sand par Alfred de Musset, dessins, 1833, album ayant appartenu à George Sand. Bibliothèque de l’Institut © RMN

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