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    A Story of Perfume


    Patrick Suskind

    "He possessed the power. He held it in his hand. A power stronger than the power of money or the power of terror or the power of death: the invincible power to command the love of mankind."

    A pleasure that has lasted throughout the centuries, from the rituals of ancient cultures to the diversity of today’s different lifestyles. Even on the threshold of the second millennium, it continues to play an important role in adding to the quality of life: a tradition as old as mankind.

    It provides feelings of joy, confidence, a certain sensuality and a sense of well-being to those who use it. It also gives everyone an opportunity to create their own virtually unforgettable, personal trademark.

    A subtle splash of fragrance has the ability to bring cherished memories and a wealth of emotions back to life— it can enrich romance, lift the spirits, improve the way you feel, and lead to an overall feeling of joy and happiness.

    It highlights the importance of the sense of smell, an often forgotten human attribute which, like sight and sound, adds a priceless vibrancy to the tapestry of life.

    It adds an invisible colour to everyday life, giving it something of a deep, rich hue, which is often taken for granted.

    A walk outdoors would not be the same without the scent of pines or the smell of flowers. A world without fragrance would be comparable to a world without music, like a world without the vital shades that colour our planet, like never having experienced the lush green of a green pasture, or the stirring emotion of an orchestral masterpiece.

    How pale life would be without it.

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    And there's more:

    The Perfume Flask  by Charles Baudelaire, a glossary, a list of ingredients and some history.