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My companion who knew everybody answered: 'That's Verhausen. As mad as a
hatter. ' 'Madder than most people here ?' I asked. 'Oh, yes, really dotty. He has
got a studio full of pictures that he will never show to anyone.' I asked: 'What ...
The concierge said without interest that Monsieur Verhausen's studio was on the
quatrieme a droite. I toiled upwards. I knocked three times. There was a subdued
rustling within. ... A fourth time: as loudly as I could. The door opened a little and ...
I said to her: 'I have been admiring Mr Verhausen's work.' She said: 'Yes,
Madame?' with the inflexion of a question and left the room with her string bag.
The old man said to me: 'Marthe speaks no English and French very badly. She is
a true ...
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This continues and no doubt concludes the republication of the works of Jean Rhys — a collection of her short stories from her earliest (1927) ones to those of the '60's. Anything Jean Rhys wrote is ... Read full review
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