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Lena jumped up and stood on her hands and knees. Startled, I jumped up, too.
We stood so close on the bed yet a great gulf now suddenly stood between us.
Her silhouette was sharply outlined in the dim window light. She really looked
like a ...
Once again we stood in the entrance to Aunt Sonia's building. It was getting to be
a routine to say hello and good-bye in that paint- chipped lobby. To keep out of
sight of the dogs and senior citizens, we stood behind the elevator shaft.
I stood there, twirling the fishnet bag with the pineapple inside, turning over in my
head the question Lenin asked himself the morning he discovered he had
syphilis: "Now what?" As I stood there, I sensed that somebody was staring at me
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Review: MetroUser Review - Michael Murray - Goodreads
So many richnessess in such a small book. Such lovable characters. An indictment of a political system that never could work, no matter how hard it hammered its citizens into place. Read full review