Laughter on the Stairs, the second book in Nichols Merry Hall trilogy, continues the story begun in Merry Hall, carrying it from the garden into the house. As Nichols explains, It is as though we had been talking on the lawn and one of us had said: Its getting chilly; lets go indoors.... read more
“To try to "live up to" anything beautiful, whether it is a Greek vase or a slow movement by Mozart, is a most worthy and moral aim; if beauty is in your head, if even a fragment of perfection abides in you, is acts as a standard to which you may constantly refer, even if the reference is subconscious.”
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