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Nobody Said Anything

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Carver, R. (1992). Nobody Said Anything. In Carver, R. Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?. Vintage, pp. 43-61

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She stood in the doorway and turned the knob. She looked as if she wanted to say something else. She wore the white blouse, the wide black belt, and the black skirt. Sometimes she called it her outfit, sometimes her uniform. For as long as I could remember, it was always hanging in the closet or hanging on the clothesline or getting washed out by hand at night or being ironed in the kitchen

She worked Wednesdays through Sundays.

inspo maybe (pano)

—p.45 by Raymond Carver 2 years, 1 month ago

She stood in the doorway and turned the knob. She looked as if she wanted to say something else. She wore the white blouse, the wide black belt, and the black skirt. Sometimes she called it her outfit, sometimes her uniform. For as long as I could remember, it was always hanging in the closet or hanging on the clothesline or getting washed out by hand at night or being ironed in the kitchen

She worked Wednesdays through Sundays.

inspo maybe (pano)

—p.45 by Raymond Carver 2 years, 1 month ago