Leaves of Grass is the most famous of celebrated poet Walt Whitman’s works. This copy was published in 1900, just eight years after Whitman’s death. Though the poet was against the institution of slavery, he was at times opposed to the abolitionist movement, saying that it hindered democracy.
We found this dried flower in the volume while reading. Don’t worry, we’ve moved it to an acid-free envelope!
I don’t think anyone realizes how freaking much I love this cartoon
Like it was just really weird, and it broke the 4th wall in pretty much every episode. And there’s so much to the characters. I didn’t really like Ed Edd N Eddy when I was little, I’d just watch it waiting for whatever other cartoon to come on, but now as I’ve been rewatching it I am so utterly obsessed with it and I have all these headcanons and emotions.
Theo Walcott himself
You can’t expect gooner fans to understand that though!