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He got out of the car and came with me. When we reached the gate leading into
the garden he stood by my side without speaking. They were on the verandah.
We could hear their voices clearly. 'Listen, fool, ' Julian was saying, 'listen, half-wit
I don't want to drink — I'm all the time listening, listening and thinking, how can I
leave before I know if my fine is paid ? I tell myself the police let me know, that's
certain. But I don't trust them. What they care? The answer is Nothing. Nobody ...
'We are listening,' they said, 'we are listening. . . .') But the parson was determined
to stick to life as it is, for his address was a warning against those vices which
would antagonize their fellows and make things worse for them. Self-pity, for ...
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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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