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SenaJeterNaslund
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My thanks to all of you for your contributions to the links postings, but I must especially thank Laura for making it possible for you to see so many of the fountains and the paintings mentioned in the text. I adored seeing them again, Laura. It was so kind of you to do all this work to increase the pleasure and knowledge of all of us participating in the B&N book club. A thousand thanks!

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SenaJeterNaslund wrote:
It was so kind of you to do all this work to increase the pleasure and knowledge of all of us participating in the B&N book club. A thousand thanks!





You are welcome! I don't consider looking up things mentioned in book work at all. I love to do it, to not only see exactly what the author is talking about in the book, but to increase my knowledge about anything and everything. Your book was a fun way for my to learn lots of new things!
Laura

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These links are wonderful! Thanks so much for posting them!
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