(click to enlarge... the image IS the Muse)It's a bit hard to read, so here's what it says:
- "He stretches up to the book on the shelf above his head. It is musty, and very heavy, each page top-edged with gold-leaf. He never tires of reading the title page: 'Webster's International Dictionary, Harper & Bros., New York City, 1900', while his fingers dally in the luxury of the recesses, brushing the embossed letters."
The page numbers listed for each image are:
- sextant, p.1932; octopus, p.1489; green turtle, p.949.
Turn a page, turn back time, turn the tables... time to turn this muse into a work of genius.
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