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Now, with her own children (except Antonia) married and living awaj from home,
dona Dalmacia had taken in three pallid little granddaughters, since the father
was having money troubles. In hei generous heart there was always room for one
TUESDAY, 1 JULY THE appearance of dona Dalmacia had clearly had a
depressing effect. Nobody said a word. It must have been late at night and at this
stage of the war the days were exhausting, marked as they were by trying
... he added: "I haven't given details, in case this should fall into the wrong hands.
" On his way to the bathroom (for a while, at least, he wouldn't have that to worry
about at Nelida's), he passed the youngest of dona Dalmacia's granddaughters, ...
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A harrowing, chopping novella on the elderly and the young who abuse and kill them. Some dark humor, in this most depressing of stories. My knee started hurting suddenly because I was sitting on it funny - that scared me a lot more than usual because of this novel. Age and youth. Read full review