Cast a Cold Eye

Cast a Cold Eye

Cast a Cold Eye

Cast a Cold Eye

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SHE WOULD leave him, she thought, as soon as the petunias, had bloomed. With a decisive feeling of happiness, she set down her trowel and sank back on her heals to rest. Around her lay the brown earth of the converted vegetable garden, a slightly lopsided rectangle, across which careened the flower seedlings in rows that were both neat and unsteady, so that the whole planting, seen from a distance, looked like a letter written by a child . . .

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