Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Pics for Chapter 11 - Scent of a Woman

Chapter 11 has just been posted on twilighted, fan fiction and the writers coffee shop library today.  Here are some pics to accompany the story, as there are quite a few real life people and places from the 1920's and events mentioned in the chapter, that I thought might interest a few readers.

First up is Fred Astaire dancing on Broadway with his sister Adele in 1921. 

Edward reads a book given to him by Carlisle as a bit of an in joke called "The Voyages of Dr Doolittle about a man who can hear and understand animals.  The book was published in 1922 and won the Newberry Medal in 1923.

Here is the church that Edward attends with Elizabeth's family. It is the Lakeview Presbyterian Church on Addison Street in Chicago, built in 1888.

Edward takes Elizabeth on an outing to The Art Institute on  Michigan Avenue overlooking the Lakefront.
The painting Paris Street; Rainy Day by Caillebotte that Elizabeth is fascinated with and where Edward vows that he will take her and fulfill all of their young dreams.

A photo of Navy Pier where Edward and Elizabeth visited various amusements.

A photo of an early photomaton from 1927.  These were in New York at this time and in Paris but I'm not too sure about Chicago, so I took a little artistic licence here for the I needed to fill Edward's memento box!

Coming up in Chapter 12:

What was Bella dreaming of when Edward, Carlisle and Emmett visited her room?

Edward goes back to school.....

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