Painted Veils

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2005 - Fiction - 312 pages
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1920. From the author's notes: This Parable, with its notations and evocations of naked nerves and soul-states, is inscribed in all gratitude to the charming morganatic ladies, les belles impures, who make pleasanter this vale of tears for virile men. What shall it profit a woman if she saves her soul, but loseth love? Now the seven deadly virtues are: Humility, Charity, Meekness, Temperance, Brotherly Love, Diligence and Chastity. And the Seven Deadly Arts are: Poetry, Music, Architecture, Painting, Sculpture, Drama and Dancing. The book begins: Until the day of her death Easter never forgot that first night in New York. It was the initial twist of her ship's wheel, and the commonplace happenings which followed her entrance into the Maison Felice were to give force and direction to her entire life.

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