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Claptrap

…Poor shameful Jenny, full of grace, thus with your head upon my knee;– Whose person or whose purse may be the lodestar of your reverie?… What, Jenny, are your lilies dead? Aye, and the snow-white leaves are spread like winter … Continue reading

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Ship Happens

A full day of traffic on the Thames, condensed into one image. Photo by Alisdair MacDonald, via The Daily Mail Online. Traffic was a real problem in London long before the advent of the car. The Thames was a major … Continue reading

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Something in the Way She Moves?

Why should a man’s mind have been thrown into such close, sad, sensational, inexplicable relations with such a precarious object as his own body! Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) If you pity Mr. Hardy, consider the predicament of every poor man who … Continue reading

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