Like mother, like daughter.

Mother.

Daughter. I admit, I may have a bigger problem (if you want to call it that). But I've also got 38 years to learn some restraint.


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3 thoughts on “Like mother, like daughter.

  1. There’s much more to it than that, always. Right now, books are like worms in the gutter after a big rain. Are you going to pass them by or save them? Like starfish, you save the ones you can. When they are not published anymore, and become precious from scarcity, then we won’t have regrets.

  2. I’d keep hold of your ‘Two Serious Ladies’- that’s one of my favourite reads this year and I loved the review on this blog. Such a surprising book- I chanced upon it in a library and wish I owned it.

    Best wishes.
    John.

    • Thank you! And yes — I’ll be hanging on to my copy forever. If you want to own “Two Serious Ladies” — assuming you’re in the US, you can either order the UK edition of the novel by its lonesome or get “My Sister’s Hand in Mine: The Collected Works of Jane Bowles,” which is still in print in the U.S..

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