Fiction | June 01, 1986

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“Don’t tell me about chicken slaughter.  I’ve been there,” Jean shouted.  She’d walked down the road and into Rochelle’s kitchen, for the first time in six years,  return visit she called it, and there she was, in white shorts, sitting on a stool at the free-standing counter Rochelle called an Island.

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