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The rigid formality of the place suffocated her – Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray.
She stepped into the old building. It was a beautifully constructed place but the rigid formality of the place suffocated her. She felt alien here. She turned around to go out of the royal throne room. Outside in the palace garden she took a deep breath. Ah! This was more her milieu. She enjoyed the natural beauty, the bounty of beautiful flowers brought here from all over the world. The gardens were so pleasing, the air coolly refreshing and the blue waters of the Bosporus gave you the ultimate feeling of being in paradise. This was where she really belonged.
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