Literary

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Part 6

Dear Sidney, Juliet says you’re sending a hand-writing fellow to look at Granny Pheen’s letters and decide if Mr. Oscar…

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Part 5

Dear Sidney, No diary, but the good news is she did draw while her paper and pencil lasted. I found…

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Part 4

From Juliet to Sidney 22nd May, 1946 Dear Sidney, There’s so much to tell you. I’ve been in Guernsey only…

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Part 3

Dear Mrs. Maugery, Yes, you may trust Juliet. I am unequivocal on this point. Her parents were my good friends…

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Part 2

Dear Juliet, Don’t worry about Gilly—you did not embarrass S&S; I’m only sorry that the tea wasn’t hotter and you…

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Part 1

8th January, 1946 Mr. Sidney Stark, Publisher Stephens & Stark Ltd. 21 St. James’s Place London S.W.1 England Dear Sidney,…

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Pedestrian Bystander

Pedestrian Bystander Goose bumps. Forgotten jacket. It’s fall. Side streets are wet off Sunset. Petrichor adorns as bold steps sound…

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Little Ones Cry

Little Ones Cry They have worn out their limbs from whimpering, folding their arms with force and precision, thwarting parental…

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Sunday Catholic School

Sunday Catholic School He was reading the bible and eating a Milky Way, with every bite he took I blushed.…

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The Value of One’s Worth

I was always a dutiful woman. Nobody could tell me that I didn’t fulfill my responsibilities as a daughter, a…

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