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At the age of eighteen, Charlotte was done with school. It bored her, she had no
particular aptitude for it. College would have been an overpowering waste. The
idea of work bored her too, and though doubtless she could have gotten a job ...
make her stop and in a moment they were tussling there in the small bed, and
Charlotte was bigger and heavier and as it began to turn out, stronger; he
resisted, tried to, did his best, but slowly, she got the better of it; they were side by
side for ...
And certainly brilliant — " " — the boys like him," Charlotte said. "They've each
said that to me. Independently of the other." "He may not be all that beneficial to
the boys, if you understand me." Charlotte didn't. "Well dear God look at these ...
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Cleverly constructed and compulsively readable. When people talk about the difference between literature and genre fiction, Goldman, who wrote The Princess Bride and Marathon Man, is the sort of ... Read full review