Eunice Resigned

“Eunice glanced at the white forms that whirled rather frighteningly over the wind-teased garden.”

“‘I know,’ Eunice said. ‘It apparently can’t be helped.’”

— Elizabeth Bowen

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4 thoughts on “Eunice Resigned

  1. Pingback: The Ultimate Metafiction: A Story To Kill You or To Die For | The Des Lewis Gestalt Real-Time Reviews

  2. The next day, I read this in Bowen’s The Last September: “During a strained little silence, between two gusts of wind, Mrs Vermont observed that an angel must be passing over the house; she wanted them to listen for its wings.”

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