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In a galaxy far far away there lived a jedi-hobbit, saving people, hunting things, keeping the magic secret, while still waiting for her Hogwarts letter. ~

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happy 34th birthday to harry james potter. even though he is a fictional character, he affected my life and million of others. i can’t imagine my  life without harry. thank you jk rowling, and happy birthday to you (july 31). born as the s e v e n t h month dies.

janet-scott:

l’emperevr (the black king) (listen | cover art)
a mix for ravens and english cathedrals

i. l’arrivee - ehma | ii. big houses - squalloscope | iii. la petite mort - coeur de pirate | iv. the rave and the nightingale - mattthew hindson | v. comme des enfants - coeur de pirate | vi. primavera - ludovico einaudi | vii. into the wall - iain grandage | viii. orphan black ending song - trevor yuile | ix. knee socks - arctic monkeys | x. london - james newtion howard | xi. marching season - yanni

janet-scott:

l’emperevr (the black king) (listen | cover art)

a mix for ravens and english cathedrals

i. l’arrivee - ehma | ii. big houses - squalloscope | iii. la petite mort - coeur de pirate | iv. the rave and the nightingale - mattthew hindson | v. comme des enfants - coeur de pirate | vi. primavera - ludovico einaudi | vii. into the wall - iain grandage | viii. orphan black ending song - trevor yuile | ix. knee socks - arctic monkeys | x. london - james newtion howard | xi. marching season - yanni

murderispollution:

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell fancast (pt 1)

Idris Elba as Stephen BlackEvangeline Lilly as Lady poleHarry Lloyd as The Gentleman with the thistle-down hairKatie Mcgrath as Arabella StrangeDouglas Rieth as Mr. Norrell

murderispollution:

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell fancast (pt 1)

Idris Elba as Stephen Black
Evangeline Lilly as Lady pole
Harry Lloyd as The Gentleman with the thistle-down hair
Katie Mcgrath as Arabella Strange
Douglas Rieth as Mr. Norrell

wherethewildnettlesgrow:

Two magicians shall appear in England…
The first shall fear me; the second shall long to behold me;
The first shall be governed by thieves and murderers;

the second shall conspire at his own destruction;
The first shall bury his heart in a dark wood beneath the snow, yet still feel its ache;
The second shall see his dearest possession in his enemy’s hand…

Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell - Susanna Clarke

lunacalypso:

"My relationship with Maggie Smith; well, she got me the job at Potter, practically. So for anyone who doesn’t know that story, I basically owe everything to Maggie Smith, because I worked with her on David Copperfield and then she came on to Potter as McGonagall and said to the director: "You need to audition this boy." So I kind of owe her everything, so to Maggie I just say my fairy grandmother." - Daniel Radcliffe

lunacalypso:

"My relationship with Maggie Smith; well, she got me the job at Potter, practically. So for anyone who doesn’t know that story, I basically owe everything to Maggie Smith, because I worked with her on David Copperfield and then she came on to Potter as McGonagall and said to the director: "You need to audition this boy." So I kind of owe her everything, so to Maggie I just say my fairy grandmother." - Daniel Radcliffe


"The box was small and oblong and apparently made of silver and porcelain. It was a beautiful shade of blue, but then again not exactly blue, it was more like lilac. But then again, not exactly lilac either, since it had a tinge of grey in it. To be more precise, it was the colour of heartache. But fortunately neither Miss Greysteel nor Aunt Greysteel had ever been much troubled by heartache and so they did not recognize it.”
—Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, by Susanna Clarke
(colour lovers palette)

"The box was small and oblong and apparently made of silver and porcelain. It was a beautiful shade of blue, but then again not exactly blue, it was more like lilac. But then again, not exactly lilac either, since it had a tinge of grey in it. To be more precise, it was the colour of heartache. But fortunately neither Miss Greysteel nor Aunt Greysteel had ever been much troubled by heartache and so they did not recognize it.”

—Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, by Susanna Clarke

(colour lovers palette)

lanadehlray:

im in the music making mood so i decided i wanna make personalized playlists for you guys! if you want one heres what you gotta do:

  • mbf me here and here
  • reblog this post
  • send me an ask saying you want a playlist! feel free to mention what genres you want, upbeat/laid back, or if you want it to be themed, etc… I’ll try to make it how you want!
  • ps - its gonna take me a while to make each one so once yours is complete ill message you with the link to listen!

beneath the roof of sleeping leaves the dreams of trees unfold
when woodland halls are green and cool, and the wind is in the west
come back to me! come back to me, and say my land is best

wheretheoscarwildethingsare:

The Rain Made A Door For Me

A Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell Playlist

by WhereTheOscarWildeThingsAre

8tracks

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Cast

1. Jonathan Strange: TAKE THIS WALTZ by Leonard Cohen

2. Mr. Norrell: THE GARDENER by The Dresden Dolls

3. Lady Pole: WEREWOLF by CocoRosie

4. Arabella Strange: GINGERBREAD COFFIN by Rasputina

5. Stephen Black: LOVERMAN by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

6. Vinculus: TALKING AT THE SAME TIME by Tom Waits

7. Childermass: DARKEST DREAMS by His Name Is Alive

8. The Gentleman with the Thistledown Hair: RAWHEAD AND BLOODYBONES by Siouxsie and the Banshees

9. John Uskglass: BELA LUGOSI’S DEAD by Bauhaus

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mamalaz:

Why even the writers say this is a love story