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The Faithful

by Sue Ann Connaughton

Boston, 1959: smack, crack
the whip of education in corridors (more…)


by Sue Ann Connaughton

“A girl’s success in life depends upon her ability to sew,” Lovberda’s mother would say. “If you can’t stitch together a collection of finely-made bed linens for a trousseau, you may as well forget about marriage to anyone, never mind to a proper gentleman.”