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Mary Borden
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Four O'Clock and Other Stories

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Collection of ten short stories set primarily among upper class Londoners. "Four O'Clock," " Meeting in Mayfair," "Tapestry Needlework," "Beauty," "The Little Horse," "No Verdict," "Miss Bateman and the Medium," "An Accident on the Quai Voltaire," "Siegfried and the Step-Daughter," and "To Meet Jesus Christ." Themes include the tension between love, loyalty, and social ...more
Hardcover, 287 pages
Published 1926 by Heinemann
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Includes some very intense explorations of the conflicts between love, loyalty, desire, and convention. Interesting interior perspective on the creative/artistic process.
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Mary Borden (1886–1968) was an early 20th-century, Anglo-American novelist.

Mary Borden was born into a wealthy Chicago family. She attended Vassar College, graduating with a B.A. in 1907. In 1908 she married George Douglas Turner, with whom she had three daughters; Joyce (born 1909), Comfort (born 1910) and Mary (born 1914). She was living in England in 1914 at the outbreak of the war and used her
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