Monday, February 9, 2015

And, Lo, if He Had Struck Her, and She Had Been Bound, Defenseless, She Could Not Deeper Have Entreated Him Than in the Glance She Fleeted from Her Eyes. It Stopped His Words. It Caught His Throat. (1921)

A.S.M. Hutchinson, “When Winter Comes,” Everybody’s Magazine 44 (February 1921): 35.