Literary dogs

"Hang off, thou cat, thou burr, thou vile thing"
William Shakespeare
Jack London's Ex libris

Jack London's Ex libris

Mexican writer Homero Aridjis

Mexican writer Homero Aridjis

Beautiful Isabelle Adjani

Beautiful Isabelle Adjani

Chilean poet Delia Domínguez with best friend

Chilean poet Delia Domínguez with best friend

Portrait of a Russian woman with a child and dogs, Krasnoyarsk, 1890’s.

Portrait of a Russian woman with a child and dogs, Krasnoyarsk, 1890’s.

(Source: zolotoivek, via lacalaveracatrina)

Milou: a sensation!

Milou: a sensation!

(Source: latemarriage)

unkown source..little kid with puppy

unkown source..little kid with puppy

(Source: zacstyle)

Science Fiction writer Jack Vance with cat nd dog.

Science Fiction writer Jack Vance with cat nd dog.

Little Charles Schulz with his very own snoopy.

Little Charles Schulz with his very own snoopy.

9emeart:

Milou boit comme un trou !
Hergé

9emeart:

Milou boit comme un trou !

Hergé

All those novels couldn’t have been written without that faithful friend!
It is John Steinbeck!

All those novels couldn’t have been written without that faithful friend!

It is John Steinbeck!

Ernest Hemingway with dog, by Robert Capa.

Ernest Hemingway with dog, by Robert Capa.

With his bulldog, Mr. Truman Capote.

With his bulldog, Mr. Truman Capote.

The agnostic dog. 

By Nick Abadzis.

Mary Roberts Rinehart, well known writer often called the american Agatha Christie, snapped while out for a stroll with her favorite pet. 1920s

Mary Roberts Rinehart, well known writer often called the american Agatha Christie, snapped while out for a stroll with her favorite pet. 1920s