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But next time she smile a bit and I smile back — once she talk to me. She tell me
the house very old, hundred and fifty year old, and she and her husband live
there since long time. 'Valuable property,' she says, 'it could have been saved ...
I tell him, 'No I'll never feel like that, ' and he smiles, if you can call it a smile, and
says he's glad I'm content with my lot. 'I'm disappointed in you, Selina. I thought
you had more spirit.' 'If I contented that's all right,' I answer him, 'I don't see very ...
But So-and-So smiles a worldly smile. You get nervous. He doesn't understand, I'
ll make him — But So-and-So's eyes grow cold. You plead. Can't you help me,
won't you, please? It's like this and this— So-and-So becomes uncomfortable; ...
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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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