Vocations, III. Paris : Gallimard, Paris: Editions Rieder, Les Doctrines et les Hommes. Vrin, Blue cloth with gilt title on spine, orig. Lightest wear. Very good in glassine. Paris: Paul-Emile Freres, [ie, ]. Originally published in by Emile-Paul Freres, Juliette was re-issued in by Bernard Grasset, followed by the present new edition.
Louis Kaldor], Prix Balzac Eau-Forte par Hermine David. Limited to copies. Berard designed the costumes, and Honegger wrote the music, and Boris Kochno did the lighting. Louis Kaldor] Blue quarter morroco over marbled papers, raised bands, title lettered in gilt, marbled papers endpapers, orig.
Paris: Les Editions G. Cres, First published in Paris: Charles Carrington, Tall 8vo, xxv, pp, 25 engravings. Quarter blue calf over marbled boards, gilt lettered and ornamented, raised bands, teg, untrimmed, marbled endpapers, lt. Benezit, Dictionnaire, p. Pia , Fine unopened copies. Each copy is inscribed by the author to S. Godoy b. Miomandre b. A friend of Gide and Claudel, and central to literary Paris from an early age, he edited numerous magazines and translated Spanish and Spanish-American writers.
Unopened orig. Beuve, Baudelaire and their early studies in 17th and 18th century culture upon their aesthetic theories of "art for art's sake. Sabatier reassesses their ultra-refined sensibilities and the harsh judgements of critics "overly charmed by bibelots and the bizarre" in this perceptive study of the 19th century originators of "documentary fiction" and publishers of the important cultural Journal of midth century France.
Sansot, Quarter marbled boards, orig. Paris: Edouard Champion, The color printing is by Charpentier, with text in calligraphy. Each Saint has her own section, with a picture depicting her in a setting with text describing her achievements. Gourmont, Remy de. NOEL, G. Le Romantisme et la Critique. Paris: Ernest Flammarion, Gregh , poet and critic, was the founder in of the short-lived literary movement known as Humanisme. Paris: Librairie Emmanuel Vitte,. Paris: Librairie Stock, Delaimain, Boutelleau, Constantin Guys. Half green morocco, orig. Freitag Edgard Depitre.
Square 8vo, pp. Full calf, title spine lettered in silver, hand-illustrated blue endpapers, orig. Paris: Editions Eos, This collection of French sea shanties is evocatively illustrated by Andre Lhote , the "academician of Cubism. Mahe 11, p. Paris: Plon, Plon-Nourrit, . A presentation copy, warmly inscribed by the author to Edouard Champion, together with 10 original leaves of manuscript of the work written on blue paper.
Quarter calf over speckled boards, gilt letter on spine, orig. Corners a little bumped, upper joint starting but sound. Paris: Plon, Plon-Nourrit, A presentation copy, warmly inscribed by the author to Edouard Champion in the year of publication. La Flamme et Les Cendres. Les Saisons de Nesles.
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Poesies Diverses. Green quarter morroco, marbled paper, over orig. Etudes Latines. Paris: Emile-Paul Freres, With additional letter from the author to E. Numbered copy printed for the use of the author. Paris: Plon, [ca. Evenly browned, otherwise a very good copy. Tall 4to, 6 , , 2 pp. NUC: 1 copy. Flammarion, Interior clean; spine rubbed. Tome premier. Green cloth, gilt spine. Fayard, Paris : Editions de "La Victoire", Bonnier de la Chapelle.
With unpublished letters to the author here printed for the first time. Paris: Librairie Ancienne H. Champion, Red half morroco over marbled boards, orig. Paris: Editions Place, 4to, pp. Red cloth, gilt lettering. Shows him as scientific humanitarian, with rich strain of materialistic fanaticism, whose spiritual progeny are Messieurs Homais Flaubert, Mme Bovary of 19th century. Scientific and positivistic assumptions of philosophers are well discussed in Chap. HUGO, Victor.
Facsimile of the original MS. Paris: Jacomet, [ca. Folio, loose sheets as issued, enclosed in a folding board case. This was the play that marked the triumph of Romanticism over Classicism. It was Hugo who led a group of young poets and artists that virtually waged war with the traditionalists on the opening night of this play, creating a scandal that guaranteed the success of the work and the eventual success of the movement.
BIRE, Edmond. Quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands, title in gilt, very good. Good copy. Paris: Charpentier, Cloth, morocco label, orig. Los Angeles and vicinity are described as a paradise for orange-growers and winter-guests; the author praises the mild climate and the beautiful setting, but also recalls an attempted robbery in the little village of Hollywood. Cowan ed. Reprinted from Essays in Honor of Albert Feuillat.
Edited by Henri M. New Haven: Yale University Press, Paris: Maison de la Bonne Presse, Huysman himself wrote that his fascination with evil led him to the conception of supernatural good. Gravenhage, Paris: A La Belle Edition, . They began publishing together in Wounded, he returned from the front and composed this series of poems which his friend Iribe illustrated. Iribe Catalogue Paris: A la Belle Edition, .
ISOU, Isidore. Paris ; ISOU, Isodore. Paris : Fev. Paris: Ernest Leroux, Michigan: Michigan State College Press, Jullien, [n. Paris: Editions Victor Attinger, Introduction et notes de Maurice Solovine. Very nice copy. Offray de. Lyon: M. Dodeman, Edited for rapid reading.. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, Orange cloth, few foxing on the fore-edge, previous ownership signature, otherwise a very good copy. Sm 4to, 24 pp. Printed wrappers with orig. Introduction de Louis Barthou.
Paris: Le Goupy, Royal 8vo, , 2 pp. Tome I ; II Droz, , Modern Language Association, Quarter morocco over printed boards. New York: Columbia University Press, Quarter morocco over boards, gilt letter on spine. Volume I - IV. Dessins de Chas Laborde. Only one copy in OCLC. Lyon: Audin, Buenos Aires: Viau, . Paris: Les Editions Rieder, Spine lightly worn.
Acteur et Auteur Comique Paris: Marcel Seheur, Royal 8vo, 67 pp, woodcuts in the text. Full contemp. The text was written during the French Revolution by the young lawyer Lemontey who was also a capable writer; this tale is one of imaginary Greek legends he composed, predating Pierre Louys in this innocent hoax. Uniformly bound in quarter calf over boards, spine ruled and lettered in gilt.
Edges foxed, else very good. Green cloth, gilt morocco spine label, t. Small ding to label, signature to f. Paris: Henri Veyrier, Paris: Le Divan, Cambridge: Privately printed, Some tears to the spine repaired. Paris: Collection Marpon, LOTI, Pierre. Half morocco over marbled boards, gilt stamped floral and ship motif on spine, orig.
Louis XIV. Bibliotheque Nationale. Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale, Louis XV. Paris: L. Borel, Quarter red cloth over marbled boards.
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Light general wear, very good. NUC cites copies only at Northwestern and Oberlin. Unsewn in original printed wrappers within maroon chemise. The drawing is inscribed to Champion and a confidential ALs to Champion from the artist is laid in. This edition not found in Perceau or Pia. Monaco: Editions du Rocher, Paris: Editions Marcel Seheur, . A good copy. Slightest wear to exremites, otherwise nearly fine. Beautifully illustrated, the work narrates a series of bizarre events and impressions.
Maurice Magre , described by Liedekerke as "un familier des fumeries" considered the drugged state the only reality. Liedekierke, p. This title not in Carteret. For the artist, cf. Paris: Librairie Plon, Plon-Nourrit, Foot of spine worn, wrappers foxed, few ink notes scattered in margin. Paris: Edition Flammarion, Paris: Robert Laffont, Poesie, Philosophie, Litterature, Critique. Paris: Librairie des Lettres, Large 8vo, pp. Back wrapper missing half inch section, spine lightly worn, otherwise a very good copy.
Paris: Nizet, , Tall 8vo, xxxi, pp. Quarter morocco over boards, raised bands, gilt title on spine, orig. Head of spine slightly rubbed, light soiling. Martin, Chas. A fine copy. MARX, Jean. Sciences Religieuses. LXIVe Volume. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, Paris: Editions Georges Cres, Few notes scattered in the text. A fair copy. Paris: Bernard Grasset, [Mayenne, Impr. Floch, 22 Mai ], Paris: Bernard Grasset, [Abbeville, Impr. Paillart], Paris: Bernard Grasset, [Impr.
Orleanaise], Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, E. Fasquelle Editteur, Large 8vo, 8 , pp. Printed wrappers, lightly soiled, but a very good copy with wide margins. Nearly half the work is a biographical and bibliographical dictionary of of French poets of the nineteenth century. Paris: Agence Hebdemadaire, Cloth spines over marbled boards. Spines of 2 vols worn, light internal browning, otherwise very good. In October , when the war started, the paper was reduced to one issue a month.
In January , publication went to two issues a month. Then, in June , due to stringencies of the war years, the paper was reduced to one page only per issue. Not in ULS. Contemporary half red morocco over marbled boards, gilt lettered spine, raised bands, gilt orn. Avec un Portrait. Quarter cloth over marbled boards, interior clean; spine faded, lower cover soiled. Paris: Fourcade, .
Of Lithuanian background, Milosz lived the life of a wealthy man of letters. His prophetic poetry is a blend of Catholicism, alchemy, Swedenborg, Boehme and modern physics. Suivi de Dainos et de Diverses Traductions. Paris: Perrin, . New York: Oxford University Press, Maroon cloth. Profuse marginalia, signature on title, slight wear overall. Paris : Hachette, Paris: Ernest Flammarion, .
Paul Morand made a brilliant diplomatic career and spent most of his time travelling. This, like many of his novels, is an account of his travels. Mornet, Daniel. Paris: Nizet, Musset, Alfred de. LODS, Armand. Paris: Extrait du Mercure de France, Paris: Plon, Paris: Editions des Presses Modernes, Gerard de Nerval.
Lourdes de Grillot de Givry. Bulletin de Parapsychologie. Paris : H. Roudil, With 4 plates. Very good copy. Paris: Bibliotheque Naitonale, A nearly fine copy. Nerval, Gerard de. Extrait de Latomus t. X , fasc. Bruxelles; Paris: les Editions Rieder, Jean Noir was the pseudonym of Jean Cassou cf. Prix France-Egypte Avant-propos et Notes par Arnelle. Paris: Louis Michaud, [ca. Reprint from The Romanic Review, October, Wrappers, few notes scattered in the text. Auteur Dramatique. Large 8vo, 93pp.
Paris: Editions Albert, Pascin, Jules. Marbled boards, gilt morocco label, orig. Fine copy. Bookplate of Elmer Adler laid in. Jules Pascin Julius Pincas, , studied in Vienna and Munich, where he contriubted to the satirical journal Simplicissimus. In he settled in Paris where he associated with the avant-garde artist and writers. Skira Paris: Ernest Grund, Jorel, Revue de Literature. Lyon: Chez Marc Barbezat, Etude sur la Campagne de Lorraine, en Paris: Au Sans Pareil, A long, rambling poem with many linguistic tricks; the preface is by Tzara.
Motherwell p. Paris: Les Nouvelles Edition Latines, Quarter cloth over paper boards, gilt title on morocco spine label, orig. Upper right corner of lower cover bumped. Paris: La Connaissance, The illustrations are delightfully erotic and aptly complement the text. This work is very scarce and this copy is in virtually flawless condition. Paris: Henri Jonquieres, Otherwise a good copy. Contemporary three-quarter green morocco, marbled boards, gilt lettering and decoration, teg, original wrapper spine preserved, lacks two of six called-for engravings, otherwise near fine.
This is copy no. Piron , a witty poet, playwright, and enemy of Voltaire, is remembered for Les Fils Ingrats and Arlequiin Deucalion Oeuvres Badines was first published postumously in This edition not listed in any of the standard references. Piron, Alexis. Avec un Portrait de Piron. Julien, Each page is a poem illustrated by a circular pochoir image in colors, gold and silver by Guinegault b. The upper wrapper also bears a smaller pochoir image.
POE, Edgar Allan. Traduit par Charles Baudelaire. Contemporary half green crushed morocco over marbled boards, gilt lettered spine, mild rubbing to extremities, mild toning to half title, a beautiful erotic bookplate, otherwise near fine. POE, Edgar Allen. Blue library cloth, gilt lettering. Blind-stamped with University of California emblem on upper cover, some signatures falling loose. Paris: Librairie Georges Courville, Original printed wrappers in contemporary glassine.
Minimal foxing to upper joint of glassine. Portraits et Souvenirs.
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Paris: La Renaissance du Livre, Red patterned library cloth, white lettering, orig. Text evenly browned, otherwise very good. With the presentation slip of Erwin Rosenthal loosely inserted. REMY, Gabriel. Sa Vie, ses Oeuvres et son Milieu. Paris: Association des Etudiants de Doctorat, It is the most virulent of his works, and when Restif learned the shocked response of his friends he destroyed all of the unsold copies of the first edition.. Paris: Editions Bossard, Les Origines Anglo-Germaniques. Berkeley: University of California Press, Printed wrappers.
Text lightly toned. Introduction et Commentaire par Jules Mouquet. Geneva: Pierre Cailler, Petitfils Paris: La Centaine, The text was first published in the journal "Le Bosphore Egyptien" in Rimbaud, Arthur. Foot of spine bumped, but overall very good. Paris: Felix Alcan, Small 4to, pp, frontispiece.
Quarter green cloth, black lettered and decorated, green paper illustrated stamped boards, green ruled borders to text, lt-mod wear to extremities, lt-mod soiling to boards, front hinge starting, leaf perimeters mildly toasted, lower cornerwear to rectos throughout, pp. Robida and the publishers of this amazing work, printed in the style of an illuminated manuscript, clearly had in mind the work of Karl Maria Seyppel b. Very few copies could have possibly been manufactured. Not in Monod. White cloth, gilt lettered, gilt stamped ruled borders, illus. New York: Museum Press, A rare Rogers piece, the text in French, beautifully printed in Centaur with two lovely woodcuts of the old monk and the faun.
Work of Bruce Rogers Roman de la Rose. Paris: Boccard, Ownership stamp on endpaper and scattered in text, evenly browned. Avant-propos de Marcel Bouteron. Great Britain, n. Oblong 8vo, p. Proofs from French Studies, vol. Tome LVII. Janvier-Avril Rothschild library. Reprinted New York [ca. It describes the unrivald collection which, during his short life, Baron James de Rothschild had built up with almost unlimited means at his disposal. It also includes many important seventeenth-century books and some outstanding examples of the following century.
Geneva: Armand Colin, De Monmorency au Val de Travers Printed wrappers, somewhat worn, sparse foxing. Avec une introduction, des notes et un commentaire par Maurice Halbwachs. Aubier: Montaigne, Yellow printed wrappers some offsetting to covers , otherwise a very nice copy with many leaves unopened. Extrait de la Revue des Deux Mondes, 15 Juin Paris: Typographie Philippe Renouard, Lettere Inedite Bari: Gius. Paris: Thorin et Fils, Printed wrappers, ownership stamp on front cover; aoverall light browning, a very nice, unopened copy with an inscription by the author on half-title. Neuchatel: Editions Henri Messeiller, Beige printed wrappers, slight foxing to front cover, otherwise a fine copy but for ink annotation on front flyleaf.
Rousseau, Voltaire, Diderot. Ottawa: Imprimerie Beauregard, SADE, D. Lithographies Originales de Xavier Saint-Justh. Paris: N. Sm 4to, , 6 pp, unbound signatures in cloth portfolio, 8 color lithographs. Black silk, gilt lettered, purple silk slipcase, very fine in mildly damp stained slipcase with bump and crack at head. Unrecorded in any of the standard references of erotica.
Chanover p. Pia II, p. Not in Kearney, The Private Case. Rose II, p. Paris: Rene Julliard, . Le Moyen de Parvenir. Les Joyeux Devis. SAND, George. Illustrations de M. London: George Bell Sons, Regnier, Henri de. Modern marbled wrappers, some notes scattered in the text, lightly sunned.
Monaco: Imprimerie de Monaco, Philadelphia: Univ. Historien, Politique, Philosophe, Astrologue. Paris: Boivin, [n. Paris: Editions Sociales, Light foxing, otherwise a very good copy. Paris: Vuibert et Nony, Lemercier was the author of several tragedies of which one, Agamemnon was considered a masterpiece it its day. Essai de Biographie morale et intellectuelle.
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Paris: Librairie Ancienne Edouard Champion, Paris: Calmann-Levy, Paris: Jean-Jacques Pauvert, A fine set. Quarter cloth over printed boards. Grenoble: B. Arthaud, Preface de A. Paris: Charles Bosse, Paris: Hachette, . Cabeen first ed. Vers Venise. Paris: Henry Goulet, Very nice. Paris: Pierre Clairac, Very good, unopened copy. He was the author the revolutionary slogan "Guerre aux chateaux, paix au chamieres.
Paris: Librairie Vuibert, Chantre de Vertu Souriante Wrappers, very good copy. Volume vi. Paris: Editions Auguste Picard, Printed wrappers, age-toning throughout, otherwise very good. Paris: Editions du Diorama, Camfield, Francis Picabia, p. Peterson, Tristan Tzara, p. Caws p. Harwood, Tristan Tzara, A Bibliography, 5. Dessins de Hans Arp. Printed wrappers, toning to wrapper margins, otherwise near fine. Nothomb's life unfolds when she tries to do what "normal" people do. Barbe Bleue belongs to the first category; it's a novel about the unthinkable. From the first pages we follow a woman who willingly embarks upon a relationship with a man who may or may not be a serial killer.
He is an eccentric with a lot of nifty skills and a commensurate number of fatal flaws. From the offset there is a lot of totally inside nattering about in which capacity the French view nobility, which was nuanced, but to my thinking fell a bit short of a good deep root canal into the vicissitudes of French snobbery. When I lived in France I was constantly amazed at how the French Revolution had fallen short of success--and for this I will get reamed, but, the truth is the French--god love 'em--are deeply class conscious and will never get over it no matter how many Socialist presidents they elect.
There was practically no summary in this book--it was all scene. There's a lot of value-judgment conversation, a very typical French way of looking at things: This is how things are; there is no other way of seeing the world The incidental joy in this is that our interlocutors are discussing murder, the Inquisition, the paintings of Khnopff, the vagaries of Holy love here it is amusing to realize that Ms. Nothomb knows absolutely nothing about religion and her remarks are mere lobs, every single one of which flies out of bounds , discretion and privacy vs.
Much champagne drinking ensues. I like to imagine he has the Hapsburg chin. Nothomb laid on her usual suspects--characters who are alienated from practically birth due to the incomprehensible names their parents foisted upon them. Bless her. How I love this woman! Thank goodness I live in a time where I can purchase little novels like hers in an airport book store and run with it throughout the flight. When I read Ms.
Nothomb's books I, like many readers, care deeply about the resolution to the answer--will he or won't he? You read her for the ride. To be frank, her character develoment is a bit Pixar. She peoples her worlds with unsympathetic characters who strive to justify their agonies and untenable positions with convoluted, unconvincing arguments.
I haven't decided if it is because Ms. Nothomb so deeply cares about humanity that she wants to delineate the extent of our continuum or if in fact she despises them so much she sees no interest in having them come alive, live, prosper and multiply. Then there are the endings: head scratchers. View 1 comment. What a cute book! The ones that are written for both professional and unprofessional readers. This book makes us think about our relation to religion, technology, money, aristocracy and love, and also challenges our definitions of good and bad, right and wrong, and the limits of ones rights towsrds another.
And art. What is art, and what defines its precious. I loved the ending. When nor good or bad could What a cute book! When nor good or bad could affect what was seen as art. And art went its own way. Oct 12, Julie Christine rated it liked it Shelves: foreign-language , contemporary-fiction , read This is not my style, but I knew that going in-Nothomb is a specialist of the surreal.
I just love her writing. Her female protagonists are fierce and fearless, her dialogue is incomparable. And she's so good for my French! View 2 comments. A well-written book, quick and enjoyable read which makes you stick to it till you figure out how will be the end! Some deep questions may come out after reading this book.
There can a comparison take place, based on the relation of two main characters and the outside world. It is said almost in all religions about God punishment. All of them confirm the love of God for us, but also his anger and punishment if we go out of safe-zone I can say! And yeah, after all we have heard all our life Well! And yeah, after all we have heard all our life it's not weird to us. BUT when it comes to people -see how much we are surprised in this book- this is so unacceptable and cruelty when you are not still supported and feel safe under the love of your lover after the mistake you have done.
Actually, it seems it is a part of the definition for love that you are still loved despite whatever you do. You feel still safe because love and punishment have paradox to you. But what you think? Are these two concepts completely apart from each other? Or extremely attached? How much you are allowed to go far when you know someone loves you? IS his love towards us gives us the right to penetrate to all his privates?
What clears the borders in a relation based on love? I also want to mention the other concept which can be retrieved: Completion - Perfection Isn't it true about human that they have a desire to complete things? It's like we find perfection in completion. I'm not really sure about what I wrote above here now.
I read it one month before and I just wanted to add it here in my read-list. And I just wrote my feeling after this time passed after reading. May 17, Florina rated it really liked it. For a first experience, it was quite successful. This short novel is very peculiar, surreal even, and it is mostly made of dialogues between the two main characters.
This choice might annoy some readers, but personally I usually enjoy dialogues more than anything else, so I was glad of it. Saturnine and don Elemirio's conversations are always interesting, even if sometimes they are not easy to understand, and I must admit I greatly enjoyed some of don Elemirio's opinions and even agreed with him just a few!
The ending left me a little confused, but overall this was a very nice read. I will definitely read more of Nothomb's books in the future. Apr 29, Yasmin rated it it was amazing Shelves: my-library-haves. The perfect story for perfectionists. Sep 25, Anastasia rated it really liked it. Easy right, but too creepy for my taste. I read Bluebeard the original story as a child and it terrified and fascinated me equally. Nothomb's kept the frightful side of the tale and added a large dose of humour to it.
I think this may be my favourite of her fiction's work! Feb 15, Martin Yankov rated it it was ok. Far from Nothomb's best. Still enjoyable and fun, though. Great dialog. Feels more like a script for a play than an novel.
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Jul 20, Hanna rated it it was ok Shelves: contemporary. I don't even know if I liked it or not. I'm not even sure if I correctly understand the ending! Don Elemirio was a strange character ; but really interesting because he has his own way of thinking. It was hard to follow him sometimes.
It was a quick read and I really wanted to know what was the big secret that Don Elemirio was hiding! But I don't know, if I'll read another book by this author Dec 02, Kobito rated it liked it. Everytime I read something from her it's the same thing, I don't know if I like it or don't. Even if I know it, the writing style surprise me everytime and everytime I want to finish the book but once I'm done I don't know if I liked the end or even the whole book. So I think I have to keep reading stuff from her one in a while until I make my decision.
Oct 25, Y. A crazy story with very good dialogues though the end is a bit weak. A woman student answers an add to become a room mate in a beautiful part of Paris and at a very low price. The man who owns the place is peculiar and forbid her to enter a special room in the apartment Sep 19, Jessica rated it liked it. Jul 09, Demoness Tenebrae rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary , france , adult , crime , mystery , cultural. The folktale. Bluebeard is a wealthy and aristocratic man that had several women who have disappeared without a trace.
Now, he has a new wife and he is putting her through the same test as all the rest. He gives her a freedom of roaming through his castle and entering all the rooms with one exception. She may not enter one small room that harbors his secret. The wife finds herself in a serious dilemma, will she uncover the great secret or will she keep her life. Nothomb's modern version. Saturnine is a Belgian young woman who answers an add posted by don Elemirio Nibal y Milcar where he is looking for a female roommate.
The apartment is luxurious and located in a Parisian seventh arrondissement and the rent is quite cheap. She learns from the other female applicants why this man is surrounded in so much mystery and why he is only looking for a female roommate. Apparently, he had eight previous young female roommates who disappeared without a trace. They were all young, vibrant and pretty. The owner and landlord don Elemirio hasn't stepped outside of his residence for twenty years but everyone seems to know him.
Well, he does belong to a Spanish line of noblemen which are referred to as grande in Spain and he is beyond wealthy. Saturnine decides on taking the offer despite the mysterious circumstances. She will enjoy in all the luxury she can for as long as she can endure not falling for the noblemen's charm. Saturnine is convinced that this is the best way to save all the other possible future roommates and stopping don Elemirio in committing another crime.
As the time flows and the two protagonists engage in many conversations along the way, Saturnine's curiosity grows and she finds her resolve weaken as she uncovers the truth that she is slowly falling for the ominous don Elemirio. I believe this version to be too short for I'm convinced that the author had much more material stored away. Although this version just as the original one seems to not have much in common with the reality. In both versions none of the women's disappearance has ever been questioned by the police.
Nonetheless, this story has depth and layers which we uncover with each progressing dialogue. Dialogues are of all kinds, shapes and sizes, so to say. They vary from the religious and aristocratic themes to colors and photography, love and feminism, moral and duty.
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