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“Mary Garden Sad” (actual headline)

“I found Miss Garden… with her head resting on her hand, in a pose of interesting melancholy. In the mysterious atmosphere of the room, adorned with strange bibelots and with the setting sun forming a mystic halo around her head, she appeared almost like the ghost of Mélisande, while the languorous Anglo-Saxon accent of her voice rendered her sad speech the more interesting.” [New York Times]

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