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Who Was the Marquis de Sade? | History | Smithsonian

An interesting article appeared in the latest issue of the Smithsonian Magazine about the infamous Marquis de Sade,  one of the characters in Michelle Moran’s Madame Tussaud as commentary on the upcoming Valentine’s… 69 more words

Book Reviews

A little bit of lately

People often ask me how I’m finding London… on the whole I like it, of course I say this excluding the fact most mornings when I get up its below 0 and the sun starts setting at about 3pm. 296 more words


Madame Tussauds

I may have seen a few celebrities on the streets of New York City since my move here, but the best place to run into stars of all generes and ample selfie opportunities is only one place, Madam Tussauds. 247 more words

Las Vegas - Day 3

On the third day of our trip we were worn out from all of the driving the day before, so we slept in and took our time getting ready. 472 more words

# 5 Madame Tussaud

irst of all, my most sincerest apologies. I have not been able to post much. Not had the time to come on to post, been too caught up with college and homework. 475 more words


Books read in 2014 Q4

The year 2014 is coming to an end. Since it is highly unlikely that I will finish another book this year, it is okay to post the Q4 book report now even though the time is not up yet. 304 more words

Book Lists

Amsterdam's Madame Tussauds - Creepy or Genius?

Short History

Marie Tussaud was born in 1760 in Strasbourg, France. She learned the art of wax modeling in Bern, Switzerland, from Philippe Curtius, a physician for whom her mother used to work for, at that time. 453 more words