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Asa could tell that by the jarring edge to her tone. Yet he might have known she
would fly to his defense. He could trust her not ever to let any one except herself
be unjust to him. "Now, now, children, don't quarrel," Charlotte said soothingly.
"It may have been Craig," she murmured, in the apologetic tone she had
employed for fifty years with but moderate success. "He was down here quite a
while yesterday when Stanley was upstairs with me." William snorted over his
"If you knew how I dislike that tone, daughter." "Well, Uncle William isn't God." "
Some day you may be sorry, Roy." "I'm sure to be, old dear. I'm always sorry. And
Craig's sorry, too, about everything everywhere." For a long moment, while they ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - agnesmack - LibraryThing
In This Our Life is one of the last Pulitzers I had left to read. It’s taken me this long because the book is out of print and there aren’t a ton of copies available. Really, this is not surprising ... Read full review
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Asa is the long-suffering husband of Lavinia. He never loved her and is financially dependent on her wealthy uncle, William. Asa has two young daughters, Stanley and Roy (I never figured out why they ... Read full review