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October 14, 2013

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Dear all!

First and foremost bravo for this beautiful blog.

I have been charged by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris to gather the images which will appear in their upcoming exhibition; I have seen the illustration that you used for the poem 'The Kiss' by Italo Svevo - dated february 14 2013 - and would very much like to know where it is from. Could you help me with this? Do you know where you found this image, if it was in a movie (probably silent..?), if you know its name or the name of the actors?
I would be very grateful if you could get back to me regarding this matter, whether you have leads for me or not, so I can know where to stand!

With many thanks and kindest regards,
Ameline Thomas


http://blog.bestamericanpoetry.com/the_best_american_poetry/2013/02/the-kiss-by-italo-svevo.html

Dear Ameline,

Thank you for your interest. I have responded to you in an e-mail. Check your in-box for a response from bestampo@gmail.com

Stacey

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