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By Jackie Collins

Fortunate, woman Boss, Vendetta: Lucky's Revenge, and hazardous Kiss...Jackie Collins' scorching fortunate saga all begun with CHANCES.The ebook that made Jackie Collins one among America's favourite authors sweeps you from the delicate playgrounds of Europe to the glittering playing palaces of Las Vegas. It plunges you into the reckless, harmful international of the Santangelo crime kinfolk. It introduces you to Gino Santangelo, the road child who makes all of it the best way to the head. after which brings you Lucky—his sensual, stunningly appealing, and passionate daughter; a lady who dares to win her father's empire for herself; a lady unafraid of taking...CHANCES.

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My sudden return home to continue making the object was the result of discovering that I could • Like my wife, the two heads both had their hair in what is known here as a "Breton" hairstyle. satisfy my desire towards B. while avoiding pai~·ful consequences and at the same time have the means to take' revenge on the double infidelity committed by my wife and B. I mutilated the head (the sex) using several razor blades and, as a supreme ejaculation, with the last one I sliced the doll's eye. This convulsive-sadistic action thus took on a concrete, bewitching value.

The panic-desire to satisfy all my desires through panic, substituted for my perpetual desire to change the world through revolution, met the external causality of the earthquake at the heart of the mountains, and the objects I had irrationally created several hours beforehand took their place in my consciousness in the form of a prediction of a catastrophe, which I had wished for and participated in. Making the objects in bronze or in gold seemed necessary Fig. 6 Dusk to me because it is only vases and statuettes made of these resilient materials that archaeologists find beneath ruins.

The Ideal Phantom (fig. 11) was a metallic head with two eye-breasts, resembling a drawing by Magritte. A negative nose went down below the eyes, on which the maker's name "Ideal" was written. The lower part of the head ended in a horizontal circular opening, like a chin. A rod with a spring ran through the head and penetrated the opening every time the loop fixed on top of the tube was pressed. The "No"was a concave porcelain plate (gilded, naturally) in the middle of which was placed the photograph of a woman lifting up her dress, cut out in a circle.

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