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He's the husband it seems and he stare at me worse than his wife — he stare as
if I'm wild animal let loose. Once I laugh in his face because why these people
have to be like that? I don't bother them. In the end I get that I don't even SO LET ...
It was the least he could do, he told himself. Also the most. 'Oh, your poor eye!'
Maidie said. 'Does it hurt?' 'Not at all now. I feel astonishingly well. It must have
been good whisky.' She stared into the cracked mirror of her handbag. 'And don't
He called the dark-eyed girl who had spoken, staring hard at her as she passed,
but she was busy, looking into her mirror, powdering her face, preparing for her
interview. To the opposite door of each box came a prisoner, gripping on to the ...
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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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