Tazaka Amar Amar from Gilari, Rajasthan, India
this textbook was a bit old-fashioned, didn't have the most subversive concepts about how we go about figuring out our lines in life, but the romances were interesting and very diverse, which kept me reading.
Good looks is in the feeling of the beholder, especially in the life around us.
Inhabit there a match in the world to For my suitor returning to his spouse? I don't think so.... and then To my Little girl, My Stringbean The motherly advice that "Dear Linda, They are born twice" Her discussions are perfect in so many ways. There are villanelles that go too far for my to enjoy them - I like some darkness in living being, but I've been through my melodramatic stage already...so I don't need it quite as much.... that aside - read Shifts in its universality - the reveal it gives to fairytales inhabit a fabulous shave of covering and disturbing use of imagination!!