Page 101. " Bonnie's history paper on Simone Weil "
Page 102. " a credible Castilian accent "
Page 102. " a great capacity for memorizing vocabulary "
Page 102. " Fauvist flowers, dogs, and sailboats "
Page 102. " gouaches of urban decay, gloomy abstractions "
Page 102. " those three heady years in 'the Village' "
Page 103. " We were discussing this book Portrait of a Lady "
Page 103. " volunteered at a Head Start program "
Page 104. " Teachers passed out mimeographs "
Page 104. " a collection of poems by the Victorian poet Christina Rossetti "

Few lines from Rest

Page 105. " cook peanut brittle over a Bunsen burner "
Page 105. " can you believe she wore nylons? "
Page 106. " in this case, zeugma "
Page 106. " plaster bust of Cicero "
Page 106. " the imitation Grecian urn "
Page 106. " a powdered celibate polymath "
Page 106. " I don't think Mr. Lisbon knew about the Dies Lacrimarum "
Page 108. " bequeathed to the Belle Isle Botanical Garden "
Page 108. " granite face of the Civil War Hero "
Page 109. " Her grandmother's cycnoches "
Page 109. " three extraordinary dendrobiums "
Page 109. " bank of miniature masdevallias "
Page 109. " rack of cheap nursery pansies "
Page 109. " nesting in Egyptian bulrushes "
Page 109. " tiny faces of the orchids "
Page 111. " became a missionary and died of malaria in Thailand "
Page 112. " As for the suffering, surviving girls, they grew in stature like the Kennedys "
Page 114. " 'Offensive tackle.' 'I played safety in my day.' "
Page 114. " got the big Homecoming game against Country Day "
Page 115. " take his father's Cadillac "
Page 116. " Therese and Mary were playing Chinese checkers "
Page 116. " we stopped in Pennsylvania "
Page 116. " learned of the Amish courting custom wherein a boy takes his homespun date for a ride in a black buggy, followed by her parents in another "

But whereas the AMish boy later returns in the dead of night ot throw pebbles against the girl's window (pebbles evryone agrees not to hear)

Page 118. " shoulder to square shoulder, like pioneer women "

dresses - frontierish, with lace-trimmed bibs and high necklines

Page 120. " belonging to his father the schoolteacher and Communist "
Page 120. " claimed to tap at will the energy of his chakras "
Page 122. " they presented the corsages "
Page 124. " UAW middle-management boss "
Page 124. " suspected the Hessens had been Nazis or Nazi sympathizers "
Page 124. " a Cosmo survey "
Page 125. " Parkie Denton drove down to Jefferson Avenue "
Page 125. " the Wainwright house with its green historical marker "
Page 125. " On every corner a black maid waited for the bus "
Page 125. " Don't let it die a virgin "