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Nineteen 12 months previous Penelope "Nell" O'Hara is equipped for the worst Christmas of her lifestyles. the man she's been courting simply dumped her for her ally, and all she has to appear ahead to over the holiday is a remain in Beggar's Hole--a tiny frozen city at the coast of Maine--with her retired father, his most up-to-date masseuse female friend and her brattish fourteen 12 months outdated son.
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Men in the street threw stones and broke windows, but still no faces appeared, no lights went on. Early the next morning I dragged Uri out to see. People were still painting on the shopwindows, but this time the painters were the bearded people, the shop owners themselves. ” I thought for a minute. ” “In the first place, they don’t even know I’m there. ” I thought some more. “What about me? ” “Good,” I said. But really, I wouldn’t have minded so much painting “Gypsy” on the window. I even thought I might like having myself painted yellow and white from head to toe, especially if they let me keep my clothes on.
He cried. ” I cried. 27 They were scattered about the sidewalk. So were his cherry turnovers. He reached for a cream puff and threw it at my face. I threw one at him. We laughed and scooped vanilla cream puff filling from our cheeks and ate it. We scooped vanilla filling and cherry goop from the sidewalk and what we didn’t eat we flung at each other, and in between we fell onto our backs and laughed. Walkers veered into the street to avoid us. “Well, well,” came a voice. ” It was a Jackboot, grinning down at us—and we were gone, fast as flies, One-Arm one way, me another, the Jackboot’s laughter fading.
I was still hungry. I pulled off a red tomato, sat myself down cross-legged on the ground, and ate it. The juice spilled down my chin as pickle juice often did on Uri. I picked off the other tomato. As I was eating it, I turned my eyes toward the back of the house. Someone was sitting on the step. A little girl. Watching me. I never ate with someone watching me, unless it was Uri or 28 the boys. Eating came after running. And yet I didn’t move. I sat there and ate the last red tomato in the city and I watched her watching me.