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William Faulkner. existed because of moral turpitude , on the grounds of moral
turpitude . Only it wasn ' t actually that , of course . The job just played out , as I
knew in time it would " “ Well , " she said . “ And we haven ' t got a drink in the
He was busy at the stove with beans and rice and dried apricots — one of those
secret cooking or eating specialities such as every bachelor seems to have and
which some can actually produce though , you would have said at first glance ...
... from which he now contemplated with savage and invulnerable curiosity the
further extent to which his now anæsthetised nerves could bear , what next could
be invented for them to bear , until the wave actually began to rear above his
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LibraryThing ReviewRevisió d'Usuari - isisingonthecake - LibraryThing
My mother asked me what I thought of it, and mentioned that she thought it sounded kind of "steamy" from the GoodReads summary, so this started out as a comment on her comment and then turned into a ... Llegeix la ressenya completa
LibraryThing ReviewRevisió d'Usuari - pnorman4345 - LibraryThing
A couple meet, she is married with children , he is a poor naive medical student. They fall in love and run away. She is an artist. He wants to keep their love pure, above middle class conventions ... Llegeix la ressenya completa