Tea at the Midland and Other Stories

European Literature

Author: David Constantine

To the woman watching they looked like grace itself, the heart and soul of which is freedom. It pleased her particularly that they were attached by invisible strings to colourful curves of rapidly moving air. How clean and clever that was! You throw up something like a handkerchief, you tether it and by its headlong wish to fly away, you are towed along…,,Like the kite-sur….Read More

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