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Frankie blew on the nails of one hand and polished them on the edge of the other
. Her nails were nice — of course, you could get a manicure for a bob then — but
her hands were large and too white for her face. 'I've seen you at the Apple ...
Frankie and I glanced at each other and giggled. Julian scowled at me. Marston
went over to the mirror. 'Never mind,' he said softly to his reflection, 'never mind,
never mind.' 'It's ham and salad again,' Frankie said. 'But I've got some prunes.
'The motorbike was altogether a bit of luck,' Frankie said. 'Julian had a fight with a
man on the bus going in. I thought he'd have a fit.' 'Fight?' Julian said. 'I never
fight. I'm frightened.' He was still staring at me. 'Well then, you were very rude.
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TIGERS ARE BETTER-LOOKINGUser Review - Kirkus
This continues and no doubt concludes the republication of the works of Jean Rhys — a collection of her short stories from her earliest (1927) ones to those of the '60's. Anything Jean Rhys wrote is ... Read full review
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Just awful stream of consciousness short stories about almost suicidal women. Read full review
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