Not everyone wants to be liked, but it is interesting
to read the widely divergent views of the press on the works
of Mr. Harris.
Library Literary Links Are you equal to a
debate on Dante? Do you meditate on Marcus
Aurelius? Don't be a part of a generation that doesn't
read... here you can make the most of classic literature
available on the web.
Every Lecterphile can
hum the Goldberg Variations, but how much do you really know
about the Doctor's favorite composers and their work?
of Genius A fascinating essay by Leeker17, Loving Lecter's
own Classical music and history expert.
Lecterphile in Florence A Virtual Guided Tour Armed with camera and Lecteresque sensibilities,
Loving Lecter's own Hannah made
pilgrimage to the Doctor's favorite city... and we are proud
to host her exclusive photos.
You Know Florence? Firenze Links It pays to be well informed about this fascinating
haven of art and history... after all, you never know who
Virtuale Fine Art in the Lecter
Trilogy As the Doctor was kind enough to point out, Duccio paints
accurate crucifixions... now you can see for yourself as we
bring you every work of art mentioned in all three
of Leda Mythical Imagery Through
the Ages The Doctor left only one painting uncovered, making
this Greek myth and its visual representations a matter of
Vermeer in the World Catalogue of a Dutch
Master Unfortunate, no, to be frustrated in one's single
ambition in life? Don't suffer Barney's fate... though
troublesome to see them in person, you can at least track them