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"Look, Sir, those which appear yonder are not giants, but windmills."

Therein consisted the true spirit of adventure.
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To this the peasant answered: --"Look you, Sir, as I am a sinner. I am not Don Roderigo de Narvaez, nor the marquis of Mantua, but Pedro Alonzo your neighbor: neither is your worship Valdovinos, nor Abindarraez, but the worthy gentleman Señor Quixada."

"I know who I am," answered Don Quixote, "and I know, too, that I am not only capable of being those I have mentioned, but all the twelve peers of France, yea, and the nine worthies, since my exploits will far exceed all that they have jointly or separately achieved."


Heyo. My name is Avalon; I'm female, like art and reading books. Usually of the comic sort. :) This journal is partially private (it began as a dream journal actually). However, I'm posting some icons for the general public here now, and I may just put some other stuff in it as well. Eventually.

This is also the journal I use for posting in communities and other journals. If you really like me (or my icons) and want to keep an eye out, feel free to friend me and I'll do the same.

Currently Reading:

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
Academic Decathalon materials, which, for the next three weeks, prevent reading any of the following. Sad. If I did have more free time, though, I'd be reading...

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
No Man's Land by Greg Rucka
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Don Quixote by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Holmes/Watson otp omg.)

Other Stuff:

It is not dying, it is not--wait, nevermind. Courtesy of vange.
Booster Gold is unflaggingly optimistic love.

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