Raymond carver neighbors essays

     He looked out the bedroom window and down into the street, as if he expected to see Regan hustling up the path with her mobile clamped between her shoulder and her ear, spinning out these lies as she fumbled in her purse for the front door key. The reception was better near the window, and he looked around the bedroom as Regan described it over the phone - the Gordon Russell oak wardrobe that was a gift from her grandfather, the prints of silent film stars adorning the walls (she loved old movies, knew the names of stars who'd disappeared from the Hollywood annals many decades ago), the knick-knacks and ornaments cluttering every shelf and flat surface. He asked her if she was lying in bed with the lights on or off, and when she told him the bedside lamp was turned off, he immediately leaned across the bed and turned it on.

Raymond carver neighbors essays

raymond carver neighbors essays

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