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GODMOTHER OF CAPE BRETON FICTION, and an essential figure in contemporary storytelling, Tessie Gillis has inspired Nova Scotia writers including Lynn Coady, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Alistair MacLeod, and Sheldon Currie. Her gripping stories dare to open the door to a realistic, sympathetic, and often dark portrait of rural Cape Breton life. The Innocent and Other Stories is generous selection inspired by Sheldon Currie’s powerful and insightful opening essay- stories with exquisite focus on her vivid characters' hopes, fears, and failings
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Collected stories, . Collected Stories, . And I have come home, this late autumn of 1943, because my mother wrote me, Your grandmother has had to give up the house in Memphis because she is not strong enough to take care of it and your grandfather, too. Between the lines of the letter, I read that my mother is expecting the imminent death of her mother and I ought to stop in Saint Louis on my bus trip between the West and East coasts, so I have stopped there.
Tessie was considerably in awe of Miss Morley with her black hairswirled around her head, her face delicately painted, her black cantoncrepe-no cheap black sateen for Miss Morley-the latest thing infrocks. But Miss Morley was looking at her with such frank admirationthat she dared to smile shyly as she blushed.