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Anatomy Lessons

(Thanks to Marion Stein for allowing me the rare honor of a guest post on her blog.)

duplessisI stalk the web sometimes looking for posts about Marie Duplessis in a desperate attempt to find my book’s “target audience.” Stalking is never a good thing, but at least I’m not going after my critics. imgres-1My search hasn’t resulted in many new readers, but it has exposed me to some interesting blogs. One is Symbol Reader. Aside from the Jungian analysis of La Traviata, I was intrigued by a “non-Marie-related” post about a painting, The Anatomy of a Heart, by Enrique Simonet Lombardo. I don’t believe that I’ve ever seen Continue reading Anatomy Lessons