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#DidYouKnow John Steinbeck liked to write his drafts in pencil, especially the hexagonal ones. In fact, he always kept exactly twelve perfectly sharpened pencils on his desk. However, he used those odd shaped pencils so heavily that he would develop calluses, forcing his editor to send him regular round pencils. #FunFact
The Radcliffe Camera is part of the Bodlein Library of Oxford University. Though it dates back to back to 1602, it was completed in 1748. The delay was to due to the demise of the original architect just before construction began. The library’s incredible domed ceiling and Corinthian columns make it a paradise for students at the university. Don’t you wish you were there?