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“however, i also wonder if she would have had the courage to strike up this conversation without the strength in her subconscious. where her name beatrice, i think she would have sat very still and waited for me to speak up. and waited. and waited.”
“Carly Cullen - your SO great. its vanessa & i just love you. shall we discuss "beatrice" tomorrow in photo? im sensing a heated conversation (: BRING IT.”
“An excellent account of a special 92nd St. Y Hawthorne celebration/reading at beatrice.”
“I can't remember if there were any cellists, but the violinists were kristie, claire, beatrice and i.”
“Friday, Mar. 25, 2005 @ 17: 45 my lovely razzmatazz, the calico crusader. it's so awesome if you make it a stretch wallpaper. she's eating a leaf. this is hilarious.beatrice. she just recently let me start petting her on a more regular basis.”
“I read a few literary blogs to keep up with literary gossip & news, like www. bookslut.com's blog and www. beatrice.com's blog and some by other writers I know.”
“Beatrice is not the mother of the three baudelaire children. and lemony did get married to her they just have't come up in the story yet. in case you haven't noticed but it said that beatrice is dead. but it also said that one of their parents might be alive yet it said the father will never rise. which leaves the mother.”
“They were at a masked ball apparently when beatrice was killed.”
“Rated of 5 by beatrice (the one with the sugar bowl)”
“CHAPTER SEVEN. beatrice didn't sleep well; she was healthily tired, but she wasn't happy.”
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The height of fame, or infamy, is when your name becomes a byword for something. I'm not 100 percent sure about the technical name for this trope, but it seems to be antonomasia. Suggestions are mo...
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