Amaranthine | Teen Ink


November 1, 2016
By miriamshah, Rockville, Maryland
miriamshah, Rockville, Maryland
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Favorite Quote:
"Man lives not by self alone but in his brother's face," - William Blake
"A writer is a reader moved to emulation." - Saul Bellow


A woman whose husband died many years ago lives a solitary life in her large, labyrinthine house, decked with the reminders of a vibrant life and her worldwide travels. Yet hese remnants of her past torment her, as she is forced to come to terms with the fragility of life and the impermanence of joy. One day, a young girl named June arrives on her doorstep holding a bundle of letters, and the old woman learns to draw herself out of her shell for the last time. 



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