He never lifts a finger around the house, just sits in his store all day; a lousy little two-bit stationery store-can it compare in importance with the book I’m writing?
The fraudulent weapon of sarcasm now seemed to sound less effective than ever, but it was Dr. Stadler’s only weapon: "Why did you find it necessary to send me messages on official stationery worded in a style proper, I’m sure, for Army"-orders, he was about to say, but didn’t-"communications, but certainly not for scientific correspondence?"
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[I]t was a newspaper and stationery shop, the kind that sells almost everything, including sweets...
Roald Dahl -- Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
Stationery for a writer, and a writer’s wife who’s maybe angling for a love letter or two.