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Leaving the Yellow House

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Bellow, S. (2013). Leaving the Yellow House. In Bellow, S. Collected Stories. Penguin Classics, pp. 255-281

272

[...] He couldn't speak to Amy of the solitary death in store for her. There was not a cloud in the arid sky today, and there was no shadow of death on Amy. [...]

—p.272 by Saul Bellow 2 years, 11 months ago

[...] He couldn't speak to Amy of the solitary death in store for her. There was not a cloud in the arid sky today, and there was no shadow of death on Amy. [...]

—p.272 by Saul Bellow 2 years, 11 months ago
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Wicks said, "Don't do that, Hat. Guess I went too far. You're right."

"You'll never have a chance to make it up," she cried. "Get out!"

On that cry he disappeared, and since then she had never seen him.

"Wicks, dear," she said. "Please! I'm sorry. Don't condemn me in your heart. Forgive me. I hurt myself in my evil. I always had a thick idiot head. I was born with a thick idiot head."

—p.280 by Saul Bellow 2 years, 11 months ago

Wicks said, "Don't do that, Hat. Guess I went too far. You're right."

"You'll never have a chance to make it up," she cried. "Get out!"

On that cry he disappeared, and since then she had never seen him.

"Wicks, dear," she said. "Please! I'm sorry. Don't condemn me in your heart. Forgive me. I hurt myself in my evil. I always had a thick idiot head. I was born with a thick idiot head."

—p.280 by Saul Bellow 2 years, 11 months ago