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On one side, her hair had loosened and it hung down in loops across her cheek.
The other side was perfectly coiffed and pinned. She was smoking a cigarette
and carrying an empty glass. For a moment she stood there, holding her hands in
cigarette and throws back her head in order to see you through the sunlight. "All I
ask," she says, fitting the cigarette into a holder, "is that you don't call me Juli-ef. I
cannot abide Juli-e<. It maddens me!" "Yes, ma'am." "Here, we say Joolyut.
Looking down the lawn, you could see them there in the shadows leaning their
heads together, smoking cigarettes and talking very seriously. Then every once
in a while Mrs Woolf would throw back her head and laugh. Mrs Woolf is my idol.
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LibraryThing ReviewAvis d'utilisateur - Carlathelibrarian - www.librarything.com
A story about World War one, that is not long, but hits the gut hard. I read this as part of a group read so it took a while as there were assigned sections, but I finally had to read ahead and finish ... Consulter l'avis complet
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Publisher’s Summary: Robert Ross, a sensitive nineteen-year-old Canadian officer, went to war — The War to End All Wars. He found himself in the nightmare world of trench warfare, of mud and smoke ... Consulter l'avis complet
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