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Written by BarbaraB
(2/11/2013 1:57 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Letter 77: " P. & P. is sold", penned by Srirup
P & P is sold. These words take up about an inch of space on the page of my book, five words, three abbreviated, sandwiched in between chat about her 4 lined rhyme and a few words regarding how she welcomes the completion of the process of getting it published and the financial considerations. Those five words do not even have an exclamation point but merely a lowlife, common period. (I do hope the period will forgive me for it works harder than any other punctuation but we have a situation here.) There appears to be no difference, no more enthusiasm, than when she says in the last paragraph: "Monday. A wettish day, bad for Steventon." P & P is sold. It sounds so mundane and yet... :)
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