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The Twixt Picture

Some details of pictures become just as or even more famous than the main painting itself: the cherubs on Raphael’s Sistine Madonna or the hands of Adam and God in Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam. We have to admit the two putti, symbolizing heavenly and earthly love, sitting on the floor by Danae’s bed in Correggio’s […]

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Twixt is Challenged!

We are so happy, flattered and excited to note that the highly discerning ladies of Austenprose have added Twixt Two Equal Armies on their Reading Challenge List for 2011: http://austenprose.com/2010/12/29/historical-fiction-reading-challenge-2011/ There it is, our baby, together with 24 other very distinguished works. We take a bow and submit our labour of love for your reading […]

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