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The sound track of the piece, La Chevelure by Claude Debussy, sometimes deepens this impression of being on stage and at other times gives the feeling of being the witness to a strange, emotionally charged, pulsating story.
While he was away, his wife, Ivy, went to work in the Chevelure hair-products factory to pay the mortgage and had just handed over the final installment when she dropped dead of a brain haemorrhage.
Also stories by de Maupassant (Le Horla, Tellier and Chevelure), and the exquisite Exquisite Corpse by Robert Irwin (a tale of amour fou reminiscent of Before She Met Me by Julian Barnes).
The innkeeper of the little place managed to possess himself of it, and at once dubbed his tavern "A la Chevelure d'Or."
It was rumored in Canada that the English meant to seize and fortify the place called Scalp Point (_Pointe à la Chevelure_) by the
Julien Gardair - Camera Locus 2, La Chevelure, 2011 - The Invisible Dog, Brooklyn - Courtesy of the artist