By day Marie, like her great-grandfater, is a guard at the British Museum where she watches the paintings and patrons as well as thinks. After working hours she keeps company with her friend Daniel, another guard and poet. She also creates miniature landscapes inside egg shells.
From her great grandfather she knows about the radical feminist who slashed the Venus painting as well as other feminists of the pre-WW1 England era. This is important and quite interesting, although I knew the highlights. >>>>MORE>>>>