By Julia Glass
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Julia Glass, the bestselling, nationwide booklet Award-winning writer of Three Junes, returns with a young, riveting booklet of 2 sisters and their complex dating.
Louisa Jardine is the older one, the conscientious pupil, targeted and cautious: the person who yearns for an outstanding marriage, a creative occupation, a relatives. Clem, the archetypal youngest, is the insurgent: devoted to her paintings saving animals, yet to not the lads who fall for her. during this brilliant, heartrending tale of what we will be able to and can't do for these we like, the sisters develop nearer as they flow extra aside. All instructed with sensual element and deft characterization, I See You in all places is a candid tale of lifestyles and loss of life, companionship and sorrow, and the character of sisterhood itself.
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I say. ” She tells me emphatically that she’s past the days of undressing outside her own room. But I can guess her size—like, teensy—and nine dollars is worth the adventure. ” The second dress is equally modest, but it’s an electric maharani green shot through with turquoise, like the sea off Martinique at noon. It comes with a long gold sash. As she strokes the sash, laughing quietly at herself, it makes me think of all the years she’s lived and all the people who’ve passed through her life—just countless—because I’m pretty sure that none of them ever saw the Lucy I’m seeing tonight.
1 For Carolyn and Robert Contents Cover Other Books by This Author Title Page Copyright Dedication Epigraph Swim to the Middle: 1980 Now Is Not the Time: 1983 Husbandry: 1986 A Door to the Sky: 1989 I See You Everywhere: 1990 Coat of Many Colors: FEBRUARY 1993 The Price of Silver: MAY 1993 The World We Made: AUGUST 1993 The Last Word: 2005 A Note About the Author Don’t say good bye to me Describe the sky to me And if the sky falls, mark my words We’ll catch mocking birds —From “Green Grass,” by Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan Swim to the Middle 1980 I avoid reunions.
At first, we just hunted down gadgets: man, was she obsessed. Like the juicer, which I tried to talk her out of. ” But she put her hands around the barrel of that thing and said, “Don’t you adore its sheer presence? So exquisitely masculine! A stevedore. ” In her mouth, that word was a delicacy, a chocolate-covered cherry, and she gave me a new smile—hardly the smile of a maiden aunt—so I overrode my own veto. ) Her obsession sent us back to the same three stores again and again; after two weeks, she’d seen everything there was to see.
I See You Everywhere by Julia Glass