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A Fin de Siècle Fantasy: ‘Psyche’ by Louis Couperus

“My gentle Psyche!” Said he.  “My child and my wife and my tender princess! Kneel not to me.  In love it is sweet to give and to suffer.  Love gives, and love suffers” Oh, there’s nothing like a good, overblown, … Continue reading

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