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RSS - Posts. Strange Flowers. A cabinet of human curiosities. By James J. Caveat lector.
Highly unusual lives.
We acknowledge and remind and warn you that they may, in fact, be entirely unrepresentative of the actual reviews by any other measure. The complete review 's Review :. Though an exile himself, when they first see him it is as: "the epic silhouette of this misty country, of this city of dreams", and he invites himself to serve as their guide over the next few days -- though what's he's really offering is himself "in full regalia" , and his stories.
Occasionally they admit to themselves: "We were dealing with a madman", but Monsieur de Bougrelon's charms and enthusiasm are also undeniable.
O Senhor de Bougrelon
If nothing else, his tall tales -- beginning with the absurd story of what led him to flee France, when hard-headed bosom buddy Monsieur de Mortimer prevailed, in unlikeliest of fashions, in a duel -- make for decent entertainment. So too for the reader. The travelers see him as: "the product of our ennui, of an atmosphere of fog and a few bouts of Schiedammer -induced drunkenness". But in parting he reminds them: P eople do not come back to Holland.