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I'm thinking. A dead animal." "It's the deer," said Meg, who hadn't been playing. "
That's not fair!" said Cynthia. "She's not playing!" "What deer?" said Andrew. I said
, "Yesterday." "The day before," said Cynthia. "Meg wasn't playing. Nobody got it.
She said to Cynthia, "Do Munm you want to come in the pool?" "Yes, please,"
said Cynthia firmly. Meg looked at the ground. "Just a short time because the pool
is really closed," I said. "We appreciate this very much," I said to the girl. "Well ...
I saw Cynthia, standing about waist-deep in the water, fluttering her hands on the
surface and discreetly watching something at the end of the pool, which I could
not see. I thought by her pose, her discretion, the look on her face, that she must ...
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I picked up this book mainly because of the stories being by Canadian Women. I recognized some of the writers names, but had never read anything by them. I rather read a novel than a short story, but ... Read full review