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Review: The House of Mirth, Edith Wharton

The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The House of Mirth
is an exquisite, classic tragedy. Wharton’s creation, Lily Bart, is among the truly honest, tragic heroines – driven by her best instincts and her highest ideals to make choices that lead to sink further into the mire of her society. 163 more words

Leigh Verrill-Rhys

"Spirit of the Past" Doll Collection by Irina Gorelkina

Doll pair. “Untitled” (yet)

Photo chronicle

Part 2.

Created: April, 2015

Material: fimo, wire, fabric, fur, metal sheet

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"Spirit of the Past" Doll Collection by Irina Gorelkina

Doll pair.

“Untitled” (yet)

Photo chronicle

Part 1. “Woman. Fur. Skates”

Created: April, 2015

Doll’s height:  37 cm (without a hat)

Material: fimo, wire, fabric, fur, metal sheet… 16 more words

Spring cleaning and itch to sew

Well, it looks like spring has finally arrived to Ohio, and it’s determined to flood us out. lol. We’ve had some nice and sunny days, but we’ve had a few dreary and rainy days with a few bits of sun. 943 more words

Life In General

The Crazy World of Montreal Politics - in 1914

This is George Stephens who ran for Mayor of Montreal against Alderman Mederic Martin in 1914

As you can see, he ran on a platform made to appeal to the Society Ladies of the Montreal Council of Women. 752 more words

1910 Women

Edwardian assessment.

In media makeup this semester we are studying historical makeup. For one of our tasks at we had to create Edwardian hair and makeup looks suitable for television for both upper and lower classes. 571 more words