Elizabeth Bowen (June 7 1899 – February 22 1973) was an Anglo-Irish novelist and short story writer.
Read Elizabeth Bowen biography
Elizabeth Bowen, The House in Paris (1935).
Jealousy is no more than feeling alone against smiling enemies.
jealousy, no, more, feeling, Alone, against, smiling, enemies
Princess Bibesco delighted in a semi-ideal world — a world which, though having a counterpart in her experience, was to a great extent brought into being by her own temperament and, one might say, flair.
Princess, Bibesco, delighted, world, having, counterpart, experience, great, extent
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