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A Time to Speak

Source: Anthony Quayle, A Time to Speak (London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1990), p. 52 Text: What flicks they were in those days. Not only did they flicker, but they whirred. The pianist was usually thumping away too loud for you … Continue reading

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