Antic Hay & The Gioconda Smile by Aldous Huxley

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Harper Torchbooks
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280
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0
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Okay, enough memories. Men are now only talking about politics. Stephen looked at Laura, and she smiled at him. Political dandy. When Laura first heard this nickname, it seemed to her amusing. In his youth, Steven did not pay attention to his clothes. Then Laura realized what was happening. Even the simplest clothes Stephen was able to wear so that she looked elegant. When Laura saw him in London, I noticed that he was dressed in the style of Brummell. It could not be called a real dandy, he just knew how to use fashion. Dandy horse riding, hunting dandy almost golden dandy.



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