Still Life With Lovers [NOOK Book]

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"It wasn’t like Gustave to storm out of the flat when Lisette opposed him. Usually Lisette would flee to Margot’s place, returning a few hours later to find Gustave sulking and sauced, but eager to make up..."


A century-old diary of a young woman’s frustrated marriage and infatuation with a wild painter named Vincent Van Gogh, gives a contemporary woman new insights into her own marriage.

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Still Life With Lovers

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Overview

"It wasn’t like Gustave to storm out of the flat when Lisette opposed him. Usually Lisette would flee to Margot’s place, returning a few hours later to find Gustave sulking and sauced, but eager to make up..."


A century-old diary of a young woman’s frustrated marriage and infatuation with a wild painter named Vincent Van Gogh, gives a contemporary woman new insights into her own marriage.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033022632
  • Publisher: Carolyn Burns Bass
  • Publication date: 1/29/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 151 KB

Meet the Author

With a sword swallower as a father and a closet chanteuse for a mother, it’s no wonder Carolyn Burns Bass became a writer. A longtime journalist for entertainment, travel and lifestyle media, Carolyn has had short fiction published in The Rose & Thorn, Breath & Shadow, and MetroFiction ezines and is working on a novel called The Sword Swallower’s Daughter. She would like to list prestigious colleges attended and degrees obtained, but she restricts her fiction to made-up people.


Carolyn is the founder and moderator of LitChat, the popular literary discussion that occurs through Twitter using the hashtag #litchat. Follow her on Twitter at @CarolyBurnsBass, visit her blog at ovations.blogspot.com, and visit her website at CarolynBurnsBass.com.


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  • Posted December 22, 2012

    A lovely and lyric short story that follows the theme across tim

    A lovely and lyric short story that follows the theme across time and generations of appreciating what is right before you. In the story, we encounter a young woman intrigued with Van Gogh. Her descendant, whose experience of life parallels her own, learns much by reading her secret letters.

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