Here I explore the different covers of The Great Gatsby, old sport.
A consistently popular story here on Page Pulp is the feature on Tattoos Inspired by Classic Literature, so I thought I’d give the idea a bit of a contemporary twist and search for tattoos that were inspired by Harry Potter.
I figured now would be a good time for another installment of Ten Unique Gifts For Book Lovers.
I tried to think of a Hamlet/book cover-related pun to start this story off, but nothing good came to mind (the best I could think of was “to be or not to be a book cover”).
Upon searching for the various covers of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine, I began to develop the theory that science fiction books have the best covers.
Picking back up my study of the various covers of classic works of literature, here are ten different versions of Geoffery Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales.
Looking at the bedroom habits of famous authors is much like looking at the bedroom habits of the average person; some may be prudish, some may have normal healthy appetites, and of course sometimes things start to get a bit strange.
Ever since I was a child, I’ve lusted after the Beast’s library in Beauty and the Beast. I watched it recently, and it got me to thinking about other movies with library scenes.
In a novel about the power of appearances, looking at the cover seems all too appropriate.
Too often, celebrities get attention for bad behavior so I thought I’d give a nod to celebrities who have exhibited good behavior and picked up a book.