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The feeding, for instance, takes place in a French chateau ruled by a viscount for hundreds of years.
What Franz Kafka is to Prague, local son Italo Calvino has become to Torino, so this traveler’s bar is lavishly upholstered with the gnomic witticisms of this Oulipo literateur: viscounts mathematically carved in half, dropouts who live up in trees.
In Hugh Bonneville’s latest film, The Viceroy's House, the Downton Abbey alum plays the illustrious viscount that resigned himself to partitioning the country.
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