Wednesday, May 3, 2017
"They stood side by side once more, looking out through other leaded window panes onto the untidy back garden which was two apple trees, a dump of rubbish, and a tumble down shelter, on top of which sandbags had burst to grow ragwort. With two hedges, it was all green and black and red, particularly a small crop of red apples half hidden, like sins, by wet leaves, the black branches, and, on the ground, a lush rank grass."
From page 124
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Labels: Daily Dose, Henry Green, novelists, NYRB, Quotations
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