"For this quiet, unprepossessing, passive man who has no garden in front of his subsidized flat, books are like flowers. He loves to line them up on the shelf in multicolored rows; he watches over each of them with an old-fashioned gardener’s delight, holds them like fragile objects in his thin, bloodless hands."—from THE POST-OFFICE GIRL by Stefan Zweig
Book sculpture by Su Blackwell.

"For this quiet, unprepossessing, passive man who has no garden in front of his subsidized flat, books are like flowers. He loves to line them up on the shelf in multicolored rows; he watches over each of them with an old-fashioned gardener’s delight, holds them like fragile objects in his thin, bloodless hands."—from THE POST-OFFICE GIRL by Stefan Zweig

Book sculpture by Su Blackwell.