What am I in for, /lit/?
you mean the general theme, or this obscure georgian film? if the latter, you have nice taste
I thought they looked good. Like the standard musical's logo, but with a bit more soul and realism.
>not knowing woodsworth classics
I bought this abysmal version of War and Peace at the thrift shop today, can't argue with 6 bucks do.
No, yeah, I was surprised too at how good the cover was considering that it was a Wordsworth publication.
I thought they were being unnecessarily slated on /lit/, because my Wordworth copy of Chapman's translation of Homer is also good, but your copy brings it all back.
I hope this a new edition for this price otherwise you got keked. Pic is what I had for 10 bucks.
>tfw realising the translation isn't done by Pevear and Volokhnosky
Into the trash it it goes....
>tfw realise Peaver and Volokhonsky translations are shit
Generally I like ugly covers, but that eiffel tower really really tingles my autism.
>Eiffel tower in the background
MAKES ZERO SENSE SINCE IT WAS ERECTED AFTER HUGO'S DEATH