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The Twilight of the Souls

by Louis Couperus

Here once more is that Van Lowe family connection, many of whom we know so intimately already. Its straining threads are still held desperately, if no longer very firmly, by old Granny Van Lowe. Still, on Sunday evenings, the family rendezvous at their house is maintained, however perfunctorily or impatiently, by those of her subjects who are within call. But the threads are steadily lengthening and weakening.

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