Anna Godbersen

“She will be busy writing novels. As soon as she had has gotten far enough away from this frighteningly puritanical country, her mind will be set free, and she will be able to turn all of her observations in richly drawn characters and intricately themed stories.”
“But what will she eat, dear Grass?” Barnard leaned against the wall, his arms crossing his chest skeptically.
“Baguette and red wine, pure art, filthy air. Look at her, she is made of rose petals, and the world will take good care of her. And if it does not, we will have our hearts moved by such an exquisitely gorgeous tragedy.”


Anna Godbersen, Splendor
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