An Ideal Husband

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Adı:
An Ideal Husband
Baskı tarihi:
Mart 2020
Sayfa sayısı:
129
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9786257058407
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Yayınevi:
Platanus Publishing
Baskılar:
An Ideal Husband
İdeal Bir Koca
An Ideal Husband
The octagon room at Sir Robert Chiltern’s house in Grosvenor Square.

[The room is brilliantly lighted and full of guests. At the top of the staircase stands LADY CHILTERN, a woman of grave Greek beauty, about twenty-seven years of age. She receives the guests as they come up. Over the well of the staircase hangs a great chandelier with wax lights, which illumine a large eighteenth- century French tapestry—representing the Triumph of Love, from a design by Boucher—that is stretched on the staircase wall. On the right is the entrance to the music-room. The sound of a string quartette is faintly heard. The entrance on the left leads to other reception-rooms. MRS. MARCHMONT and LADY BASILDON, two very pretty women, are seated together on a Louis Seize sofa. They are types of exquisite fragility. Their affectation of manner has a delicate charm. Watteau would have loved to paint them].”
Kitaba henüz inceleme eklenmedi.
Lord Caversham: You seem to me to be living entirely for pleasure.
Lord Goring: What else is there to live for, father? Nothing ages like happiness.
İndi bizim cəmiyyət gözəl sarsaqlardan və parlaq lunatiklərdən ibarətdir. Elə cəmiyyət bunlardan ibarət olmalıdır da!
Oscar Wilde
Sayfa 339 - Şərq Qərb nəşriyyatı

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Adı:
An Ideal Husband
Baskı tarihi:
Mart 2020
Sayfa sayısı:
129
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9786257058407
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Yayınevi:
Platanus Publishing
Baskılar:
An Ideal Husband
İdeal Bir Koca
An Ideal Husband
The octagon room at Sir Robert Chiltern’s house in Grosvenor Square.

[The room is brilliantly lighted and full of guests. At the top of the staircase stands LADY CHILTERN, a woman of grave Greek beauty, about twenty-seven years of age. She receives the guests as they come up. Over the well of the staircase hangs a great chandelier with wax lights, which illumine a large eighteenth- century French tapestry—representing the Triumph of Love, from a design by Boucher—that is stretched on the staircase wall. On the right is the entrance to the music-room. The sound of a string quartette is faintly heard. The entrance on the left leads to other reception-rooms. MRS. MARCHMONT and LADY BASILDON, two very pretty women, are seated together on a Louis Seize sofa. They are types of exquisite fragility. Their affectation of manner has a delicate charm. Watteau would have loved to paint them].”

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