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The Reflections of Ambrosine

Elinor Glyn

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. . .Lady Tilchester and I went to the other end of the room, but his manner looked so gallant, and I knew by grandmamma's face that she was saying the witty, sententious things that she does to the Marquis. A faint pink flush came into her cheeks which made her look such a very beautiful old lady.

Lady Tilchester talked to me about the garden and the ball the night before, and at last asked me when I was going to be married.

It seemed to bring me back with a rush to earth from some enchanted world which contained no Augustus.

"I—don't know," I faltered, and then, ashamed of my silly voice, said, firmly, "Grandmamma has not arranged the date yet—"

"I hope you will be very happy," said Lady Tilchester, and she would not look at me, which was kind of her.

"Thank you," I said. "Grandmamma is no longer young, and she will feel relieved to know I have a home of my own."

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Dopo un infelice giro tra sconcertanti 'New York Times bestselling authors of historical romance', ho cercato un po' di conforto in un'autrice la cui collocazione biografica (tra la Francia di fine ottocento e l'Inghilterra della prima metà del novecento) mi faceva ben sperare.
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Well, this was quite fun! Which does not mean that it was actually good. Elinor Glyn seems to have specialized in deliciously trashy novels, a sort of Jazz-Age version of Jackie Collins or Judith Krantz. Today, Ambrosine reads as pretty tame (any sex is implied rather than explicit -- it's just that