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    Crome Yellow

    by Aldous Huxley

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    Sparkling conversation and romantic intrigue in beautiful surroundings were the essential ingredients of a successful house-party, and the guests who gathered at Crome were ready to give of their best. A painter, a poet, a spiritual journalist and ladies of variable morals were at the party.

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