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This drawing represented a lovely girl in the very pride and bloom of youth; her dress was simple, in the fashion of the day - (remember, reader, I write at the beginning of the eighteenth century), her countenance was embellished by a look of mingled innocence and intelligence, to which was added the imprint of serenity of soul and natural cheerfulness. She was reading one of those folio romances which have so long been the delight of the enthusiastic and young; her mandoline was at her feet - her parroquet perched on a huge mirror near her; the arrangement of furniture and hangings gave token of a luxurious dwelling, and her attire also evidently that of home and privacy, yet bore with it an appearance of ease and girlish ornament, as if she wished to please. Beneath this picture was inscribed in golden letters, "The Invisible Girl."


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GÉNERO
Ficción y literatura
PUBLICADO
2012
9 noviembre
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
23
Páginas
EDITORIAL
XVDI Media UG (haftungsbeschraenkt)
TAMAÑO
14.7
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