A staid and eccentric Victorian household holding onto its cultural roots confronts the Great Depression and World War II while watching the youngest of the family stretch beyond their limited vision.
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Frances Webb, with an MFA from Columbia University School of the Arts, a recipient of several grants and awards and a story Keepsake read at Writing Aloud program of the InterAct Theater Company, is the author of numerous short stories published in literary journals such as The Literary Review, Antioch Review, The Iowa Review, Confrontation, TNR and others. She is also a published poet, a ceramicist, a writer of plays and a play doctor for produced playwrights. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and close to her many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
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