Bibliophiles do not approach bookshelves lightly. A stranger’s collection is to us a window to their soul. We peruse with judgment, sometimes admiration and occasionally repulsion (Ayn Rand?!). With celebrities now frequently speaking on television in front of their home libraries, a voyeuristic pleasure presents itself: Are they actually really like us?
New York Times
Thursday, 30 April 2020
Wednesday, 29 April 2020
Adam Parsons. There are positives, like the shelf of well-worn Penguin classics that have probably stuck with Adam since his English degree, but a bookcase wallpaper credibility grab must overpower to succeed and this sadly doesn't have the horses. Gaps tell. Books look stranded. pic.twitter.com/8WtG4BqHKK— Bookcase Credibility (@BCredibility) April 28, 2020