How To Use Reprehensibly In A Sentence

  • Claude epitomises how disastrous it is for a lover to see the other side of the question, and to remind himself of the advantages of not being in love: "Yet, at the worst of the worst, books and a chamber remain", a line which is an eerie pre-echo of Larkin's renunciatory "Poetry of Departures": "Books; china; a life / Reprehensibly perfect. Books news, reviews and author interviews |
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