Vintage Books & Anchor Books

From Classic to Contemporary—The Best Books in Paperback.
Recent Tweets @
Posts I Like

“Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence– whether much that is glorious– whether all that is profound– does not spring from disease of thought– from moods of mind exalted at the expense of the general intellect.”
—from “Eleonora” by Edgar Allan Poe

  1. esoesloquedijoella reblogged this from gatoennegro
  2. gatoennegro reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  3. homeaftermidnight reblogged this from punkandpoetrypractisednobly
  4. punkandpoetrypractisednobly reblogged this from librarianwithoutalibrary
  5. librarianwithoutalibrary reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  6. iridescentdonuts reblogged this from givemeastory
  7. sanosama24 reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  8. givemeastory reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  9. writtenrage reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  10. booketta reblogged this from pussreboots
  11. thebookmouse reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  12. mysicknessromance reblogged this from edgarwhitmanwilde
  13. noelleellis11 reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks and added:
    tell it, Edgar…
  14. thegrapesofmaths reblogged this from nineties-slang
  15. aplokyon said: Seen this? Poe-ka Dots shop.outofprintclothing…
  16. bxtchandmoan reblogged this from nineties-slang
  17. nineties-slang reblogged this from pussreboots
  18. estefaniaaguilar reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  19. eeriecris reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  20. home-by-october reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  21. theclassicreader reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks
  22. rkpore reblogged this from edgarwhitmanwilde
  23. bleken reblogged this from huntermf
  24. pussreboots reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks and added:
    I have a couple of Poe books but this compilation is my favorite. I love the cover art.
  25. huntermf reblogged this from vintageanchorbooks and added:
    “Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence–...