At length there sauntered up, on the opposite side of the way–with a bad pretense of passing by accident–a figure conspicuous for its dirty smartness, which after a great many frowns and jerks of the head, in resistence of the invitation, ultimately crossed the road and wa
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‘Now,’ said Mr Swiveller, putting two sixpences into a saucer, and trimming the wretched candle, when the cards had been cut and dealt, ‘those are the stakes. If you win, you get ’em all. If I win, I get ’em. To make it seem more real and pleasant, I shal
The real hero and heroine of The Old Curiosity Shop are of course Dick Swiveller and the Marchioness. It is significant in a sense that these two sane, strong, living, and lovable human beings are the only two, or almost the only two, people in the story who do not run after Little Ne
Noir de Noir In an interview to International Herald Tribune, Tom Ford once said that he have always loved the night. The nocturnal Black Orchid was the first olfactory expression of that love and many scents in the Private Blend collection most definitely possess a nocturnal quality.
This is a third novel by Charlotte Mendelson, whose second, Daughters of Jerusalem, won the Somerset Maugham Award and the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. Her novels are perfectly balanced observations of human nature captured in all its hideous glories, usually in family settings. As inte
Mercy stirred her tea. Outside her grandma was talking on their only phone, throwing her tiny left hand in the air and gesturing towards the hill. More worries about the Taylors. Again. More cold tears.three years since they arrived. Even the sunshine had betrayed