Alba And Gorodish
---Purple Mark 08/04/2012
Purple Prompts:From the books by Delacorta Ballantine Books:
- “As the sun rose higher in the sky, and the city awoke, his hopes of seeing Alba faded.” (Luna, 1984, page 42).
- “Each time he walked past the Malevich it shook him to the depths of his being, shook him so badly that he began to question his sudden distaste for rectilinearity.” (Vida, 1985, page 122).
- “At first the innkeeper was reserved, but the mention of Luc Plassin’s name brought smiles and a display of warmth. In the space on the hotel registration card meant for listing his profession, Gorodish wrote: 'Painter.'” (Nana, 1979, Page 11).
- “The sun broke through. Alba stretched like a cat. Her stride lengthening, becoming more fluid, taking on a tropical rhythm.” (Lola, 1984, Page 91).
- “Gorodish was calmly strolling along the boulevard Saint-Germain. Now and then he stopped in front of a display window to admire a painted wooden buddha, a piece of furniture, or a picture.” (Diva, 1979, Page 64).
- Random words from Dickson’s Word Treasury by Paul Dickson, John Wiley And Sons, Inc. 1992.
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