Those Barren Leaves
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- Enough of Science and of Art;
- Close up those barren leaves;
- Come forth, and bring with you a heart
- That watches and receives.
Stripping the pretensions of those who claim a spot among the cultural elite, it is the story of Mrs. Aldwinkle and her entourage, who are gathered in an Italian palace to relive the glories of the Renaissance. For all their supposed sophistication, they are nothing but sad and superficial individuals in the final analysis.
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