1. “’You call that romantic? Byron’s a complete cynic.’ “’In my dictionary, romance is not maudlin, treacly sentiment,’ she said. ‘It is a curry, spiced up with excitement and humor and a healthy dollop of cynicism.’ “She lowered her lashes. ‘I … Continue reading →
Edward Penfield: Cover of Harper's June, 1896; Camille Corot: Woman Reading in a Landscape (1869); Pierre-August Renoir: As duas irmãs (1889); Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1798 - 1861): Woman Reading.
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