The Mountain Day brings the poem To be in Love, found on pages 236-237. “To be in love at eighteen? It is like an abundant spring garden…”
From the story The Tea Time of Stouthearted Ladies comes Dilemma, pages 220-221 of Jean Stafford’s collected stories. In Dilemma find a clue to why a mother earlier was lost in reflection as read in Worlds Away published earlier in April.
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