A dreary, dry Sunday afternoon. Far from the sea coast. Stifled; sick; quiet in the wrong way. Border country. Stiff-backed and wondering. The back of my house had blown dark and everything was ill. And yet… oh, it was a mass of muddling things: we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we […]
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