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21 Variations on a Theme, collected by Donald Webster Cory. New York: Greenberg, 1953. Hardcover, lacking dust jacket. 436 pages. A collection of short stories revolving around the central theme of human emotion. Works include Charles Husson, a translated piece by French author Paul Verlaine; The Priest and the Acolyte, attributed to Oscar Wilde; The Pupil by Henry James; and Paul's Mistress by Guy de Maupassant; amongst other stories.
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Captivated by decorative flourishes discovered while wheeling their toddlers’ strollers through European villages, architect Karen Dunning and husband Lee founded Chez Vous in 1996 to bring a bit of that aesthetic to American homes. Handpicked offerings range from fun and funky to lovely and semi-precious. Chez Vous definitely doesn’t take itself too seriously. This down-to-earth approach to hunting and gathering decorative treasures results in incredible finds at incredible prices.
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- 8.25" L x 5.5" W x 1.75" H