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Moleskine (mol-a-skeen'-a) journals are the legendary notebooks used by artists writers, intellectuals and travelers. Now you too can show off such sophisticated style as Hemingway, Picasso, and Chatwin by adding this little black book to your collection. This moleskine plain notebook is perfect for business, home, or travel to jot down those important notes, drafts, thoughts, lists, scribbles, etc. A very classy gift for many occasions.
It's little. Probably could have found something just a small and nice at the convenient store.Published 2 months ago by Jessica
great notebook for writing, but I take away two stars because it is made in CHINA; nice try Moleskine- I doubt Ernest Hemingway carried one that was made there.Published 21 months ago by laroja
Moleskine journals are classics! I highly recommend these! They have become special gifts to everyone that I have sent one to. Read morePublished on October 16, 2009 by T. Timmons
i found a emtpy one of these one day in my house, i don't know from where but i have it.
it seems like a really good little book, but i have a few problems with it. Read more
moleskines are overpriced and I dont think the quality is as good as the hypePublished on January 1, 2009 by G. Bittner
i am a high tech person, quite a geek when it comes to gadgets.
i found the moleskine notepad the perfect thing to whip out in meetings and take notes once i got tired... Read more
These well-made pocket-sized notebooks are perfect for keeping NOTES on a journey - whether by foot, car, train or plane - small convenient, durable. Read morePublished on February 19, 2007 by Ian MacSloan
I couldn't believe what a hard time I had trying to find a small, hardback, unlined notebook with book-like binding! Read morePublished on July 7, 2006 by Zoe Cordillian
Anyone even remotely familiar with the Moleskine books know that they are the standard by which others are looked down upon. Read morePublished on July 6, 2006 by None