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The Countess Penelope Sells Out – Guest Post by Helena Hann Basquiat

“What’s for tea, Mum?” The Countess Penelope of Arcadia asked in the delightfully disarming diction of a late 19th century Dickensian street urchin. “Mum, what’s for tea?” The fact that I am not actually her mother is irrelevant, as is the fact that … Continue reading

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