By Kitty Aldridge
After the disappearance in their father and the surprising demise in their mom, lee hart and his deaf brother, ned, think all is misplaced till lee lands a traineesh1p at their neighborhood funeral domestic and discovers there's lifestyles after demise.
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He was having a good time; she was hours from bed. As they drove home, the night revived her. The fresh air was cool and the sky like a great wave collapsing was crested with Welcome to Tarbox 37 stars. Their headlights picked up mailboxes, hedgerows, crusts of dry snow in a ditch. Ken's MG swayed with each turn of the winding beach road. " "I'm all right now. " "Was I too stupid? " "I wanted a pretend martini. " "No, but why broadcast it? " How little, Foxy thought, does matter to you. The trees by the roadside fell away, and rushed back in clumps, having revealed in the gaps cold stretches of moonlit marsh.
She felt ugly and used. " The women they had known in Cambridge had tended to be plain Quaker girls placidly wed to rising grinds, or else women armored in a repellent brilliance of their own, untouchable gypsy beauties with fiery views on Cuban sovereignty and German guilt. Foxy sighed as if in resignation. " He looked over at her too surprised to speak, and she re-alized th~t he was incapable of betraying her, and marveled at her own disappointment. She puzzled herself; she had never been in their marriage more dependent upon him, or ·with more cause for gratitude.
Oh I'm not so fallen," Georgene said, and quickly sat up, and, kneeling, flauntingly stretched her arms to the corners of the sky. She possessed, this conscientious clubwoman and firm mother, a lovely unexpected gift. Her sexuality was guileless. As formed by the first years of her marriage with Freddy, it had the directness of eating, the ease of running. Her insides were innocent. She had never had an affair before and, though Piet did not understand the virtue she felt in him, he doubted that she would ever take another lover.
A Trick I Learned from Dead Men by Kitty Aldridge