- Author:Pamela Oldfield
- Publisher:Time Warner Paperbacks (August 7, 1997)
- Pages:400 pages
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Better?’ asked Ingrid who was bent over her easel painting a portrait of Sam reading on the lawn. Blast!’ she exclaimed hotly. I’m so much better at painting birds. It can’t be easy moving to a new country and having to make friends all over again. She was very quiet at first, but Hester says she’s happier now. She’s more Hester’s friend,’ said Molly, who was a couple of years older and bored by their childish games.
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While writing piles of books, Nabokov collected butterflies across America . The room is lined with metal drawers, each filled with rows of butterflies. I took out a box, picked out a slide and held it to the light.
While writing piles of books, Nabokov collected butterflies across America, published detailed descriptions of hundreds of species and, in 1942, he was made curator of Lepidoptera at Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology. He set up shop in the museum, behind the scenes. I went to visit his former office. Lots of his butterflies are stored in the drawers, along with thousands of others collected by different curators over the years. I could just about make out a little black spike: the genitalia of a single male blue butterfly.
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