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said Mr Severn. 'Yes, I suppose they do. But some men aren't so slow either. Well
, well, tigers are better-looking, aren't they?' 'You haven't been doing too badly
with the whisky, dear, have you ?' Maidie said rather uneasily. 'What's all this ...
As he was being hauled past the bar, Mr Severn saw Heather, her eyes beady
with disapproval, her plump face lengthened into something twice the size of life.
He made a hideous grimace at her. 'My Lawd,' she said, and averted her eyes.
Mr Severn thought. He shouted 'Hoi, Maidie, cheer up. Cheer up, Maidie.' 'None
of that,' one of his policemen said. But when they arrived at the police station she
had stopped crying, he was glad to see. She powdered her face and began to ...
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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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