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"But — we can't sit here," said Miss Davenport. . "I can," said Mrs Ross and did.
She even lighted a cigarette. Why should it matter? The only people passing
were children — and they were all running after motorcars, slipping and sliding
on the ...
Miss Davenport could still be brought to tears at the thought of how he'd strutted
down the street with his cane across his shoulder. Now, the world was full of
trolley cars and Mrs Ross could hear their brakes and see them jump the tracks in
Miss Davenport locked her door and sat in a chair with her back to the window.
The sound of Mrs Ross's cries to heaven rose up through her room and made her
stop her ears. Peggy and Mister Ross sat in the drawing room where Mister Ross
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A story about World War one, that is not long, but hits the gut hard. I read this as part of a group read so it took a while as there were assigned sections, but I finally had to read ahead and finish ... Consulter l'avis complet
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Publisher’s Summary: Robert Ross, a sensitive nineteen-year-old Canadian officer, went to war — The War to End All Wars. He found himself in the nightmare world of trench warfare, of mud and smoke ... Consulter l'avis complet
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