Friday, 21 October 2011
The women of New York
I refer to the women of New York, who for beauty of face and form, elegance of dress, and general style and deportment, are quite the finest I’ve struck — until they open their mouths, that is, which they do most of the time, but even that incessant nasal braying can’t rob them of their exquisite charm.
Flashman and the Angel of the Lord, p.151, Harper Collins, 1995.
Tags: Flashman, Flashman quotes, New York.