books0977
books0977:

David Copperfield and Pegotty by the Parlour Fire. From David Copperfield. Jessie Wilcox Smith. Dickens Children. Christmas issue of Scribner’s Monthly Magazine for December 1910.
"Peggotty," says I, suddenly, "were you ever married?" "Lord, Master Davy," replied Peggotty, "what’s put marriage in your head?" She answered with such a start, that it quite awoke me…."But were you ever married, Peggotty?" says I. "You are a very handsome woman, an’t you?"

books0977:

David Copperfield and Pegotty by the Parlour Fire. From David Copperfield. Jessie Wilcox Smith. Dickens Children. Christmas issue of Scribner’s Monthly Magazine for December 1910.

"Peggotty," says I, suddenly, "were you ever married?" "Lord, Master Davy," replied Peggotty, "what’s put marriage in your head?" She answered with such a start, that it quite awoke me…."But were you ever married, Peggotty?" says I. "You are a very handsome woman, an’t you?"

feuille-d-automne
Pleure. Les pleurs vont bien, même au bonheur ; tes chants
Sont plus doux dans les pleurs ; tes yeux purs et touchants
Sont plus beaux quand tu les essuies.
L’été, quand il a plu, le champ est plus vermeil,
Et le ciel fait briller plus au beau soleil
Son azur lavé par les pluies !
Victor Hugo , Les Feuilles D’Automnes XVII . Flebile nescio quid. OVIDE (via feuille-d-automne)