Monday, August 6, 2012

Daily Dose

From The Old Contemporaries, by E. V. Lucas


"Once a year there was a Statute fair which filled the central streets with stalls and booths and naphtha lamps, and in one of these booths was a Fat Lady who, I will never forget, kissed my schoolfellow, my cousin Arthur Sheppard, because he was so pretty."

From Statute and Statute

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