Great Mysteries of Art and Literature, Explained – The New Yorker (satire)


The New Yorker (satire)

Great Mysteries of Art and Literature, Explained
The New Yorker (satire)
… • I don't mind the name “La Gioconda,” but “jocund” puts ten pounds on your midsection. • Thanking God that Leonardo did not want me to hold the Vitruvian Man's pose. • I'm not staring, mio caro, I'm buffering. What is Nora trying to say when she

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