To honor the occasion, DVF presented a collection—or rather, a party—that was dubbed “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Her next novel, The View from Penthouse B, and a collection of essays, I Can't Complain, will be published next spring.
Among the guests was a publisher who immediately approached her with a view to publishing the collection.
You see, at the start I knew I did not just want to throw together a collection of very tiny stories.
The clothes were all gray flannel and navy wool, so there was nothing particularly flamboyant about the collection itself.
"I wouldn't have believed a collection of houses could look so lovely," he said.
The executor took his place both for collection and payment.
Go through their Spanish collection, and then examine their files of Arriba of Havana.
They are like a collection of medals struck in honour of the conquests of cynicism.
From the collection a vivid picture may be drawn of the great city.
late 14c., "action of collecting," from Old French collection (14c.), from Latin collectionem (nominative collectio) "a gathering together," noun of action from colligere (see collect). Especially of money gathered for religious or charitable purposes from 1530s. Meaning "a group of objects viewed as a whole" is from c.1400.
The Christians in Palestine, from various causes, suffered from poverty. Paul awakened an interest in them among the Gentile churches, and made pecuniary collections in their behalf (Acts 24:17; Rom. 15:25, 26; 1 Cor. 16:1-3; 2 Cor. 8:9; Gal. 2:10).