Léopoldine, Victor Hugo’s daughter, reads.
After her death, her father would compose several poems in her memory. I’ve always been fond of his description of her habit of hiding small gifts for people around the house: “She gives gifts the way other people steal: in secret and for the thrill of it.”
Léopoldine, Victor Hugo’s daughter - Auguste de Chatillon, 1835
Joan Jett reads.
And, as a bonus, here’s Karl Lagerfeld’s personal library.
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