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Turn of the Screw. Jamie Fraser. David Foster Wallace. Shakespeare. Well-constructed sentences. Leonard Cohen. Captain Wentworth. Neruda. Hemingway. Chapter 21 of Jane Eyre. Clive Staples. Tolkien. Melina Marchetta. Big, fat Russian novels. New words. And honey in my tea.

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The Language of Flowers

The Language of Flowers - Vanessa Diffenbaugh This book is beautiful. Through the language of flowers - from the rootless maternal love of moss, the heart that hasn't known love of the white rose, the time of the white poplar - it explores the many facets of love and life that we all experience, but maybe don't stop to appreciate. A broken and damaged heroine learns more about herself and the people in her life that seemed transient but simply lay fallow until she returned. PLEASE READ it.