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However, during a podcast interview on Monday, December 18, the actress reveals a bit more about saying goodbye.

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If you want to smell the "Song of Solomon", dab the tiniest drop of spirit of camphor on your wrist and then spray on some of Guy Robert's original Amouage.Wait as long as it takes to murmur "My beloved is unto me as a cluster of camphire in the vineyards of En-gedi.Nor is there anything specially religious about incense.In those parts of the world where you can get it, people habitually burn incense to perfume their houses.

Let my beloved come into his garden", and he, too, is a compounded perfume; "His cheeks are as a bed of spices, as sweet flowers: his lips like lilies, dropping with a sweet-smelling myrrh" and anyone who can read it unmoved is not quite human.

"Fine fragrance" – what we'd think of as "scent" or "perfume" or "cologne" or "eau de toilette" is, properly, a little over a century old. For example, you see Chanel No 5 and how many people would realise it's 90 years old?

Most date it to the release of Guerlain's Jicky in 1889, a perfume so deeply strange, to a market used only to fresh eaux-de-cologne or florals, that, initially, only the gay dandies of Paris would wear it. Or that Gabrielle Chanel thought nobody would buy it so she originally gave it to her customers as a gift?

A new exhibition traces the history of perfume, from the frankincense and myrrh of ancient times to the celebrity fragrances of today.

It's nothing less that the story of our civilisation, argues Michael Bywater Unaccommodated man," said King Lear on the blasted heath, "is no more but such a poor, bare, forked animal as thou art." He might have added "rank", too; the naked hairy man (or naked hairy woman) is a malodorous creature, bad as a goat, with the difference that I suppose Goat (A) finds the terrible downwind hogo of Goat (B) alluring, all other things being equal (or unequal, depending on the creatures' preference).