A long catalogue of Writers for today's theme in Sunday Stamps...
|Hanna Arendt (1906-1975)|
|Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)|
|Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-1865)|
|Nella Larsen (1891-1964)|
|Ursula K. Le Guin (1929-2018)|
|Dorothy Parker (1893-1967)|
|Katherine Anne Porter (1890-1980)|
|Anne Spencer (1882-1975)|
|Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950)|
|Freya Stark (1893-1993)|
|Elsa Triolet (1896-1970)|
J'aime tous ces timbres hélas trop rares qui mettent les écrivaines à l'honneur :)ReplyDelete
Merci de les avoir envoyé! :DDelete
A diverse reading list which would keep one entertained, and thinking. In these times of restricted movement who wouldn't want to travel with the redoubtable Freya Stark.ReplyDelete
Lukily, we can keep travelling thanks to books...Delete
An impressive selection - and you have a much better picture of the Le Guin stamp than I do.ReplyDelete
This one arrived on a postcard. I love it!Delete
Freya Stark: I got bogged sown in one of her books and should really pick it up again. Excellent female writers!ReplyDelete
I love the design of that stamp :)Delete
So many pensive looking writers (with the exception of de Beauvoir with her broad smile!). I haven't thought about Freya Stark in a long time. May be time for a reread...ReplyDelete
And maybe Anne Spencer?Delete
Such a wonderful variety of stamp designs!ReplyDelete
And no doubt that the books written vary much, too. Although I must confess that I only know four of the authors by name.. And I've read only one book by one of them (the impressive book 'Uncle Tom's cabin', I read it as a teen at my late grandmother's home when I stayed there in my holidays).
How a stamp can bring back memories of decades ago :-)Delete
Thank you for sharing all these beautiful stamps!
Thanks for visiting!
This could be a great reading list for the months ahead!ReplyDelete
A long one!Delete