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every great room starts with an adjective

Yesterday I was about to throw away the usual advertising material from my mailbox when I discovered, to my horror, The New Ernest Hemingway Collection.

The spirit of Hemingway, brought home in a captivating new collection from Thomasville.

Every piece tells a story. Every room paints a backdrop for a life lived to the fullest. Set the stage for drama with living rooms, dining rooms, and bedrooms from the new Ernest Hemingway Collection. Whether you're adding a special piece to an existing decor, or starting with a blank page, you'll find styles as classic and unforgettable as Hemingway characters...

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Hemingway was famous for his fresh interpretations of classics. Fitting that the furnishings bearing his name would follow in those footsteps. Case in point, the four-poster bed on the left.

As a general rule, Marxist criticism grates on me because it's so utterly predictable, but occasionally I think maybe that isn't Marxism's fault—it's just this dumb world of ours.

 

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