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Now and Then

Finding comfort in stories both real and imagined

By Donald M. Murray
Globe Correspondent / June 8, 2004

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At odd times, I am hurled backward. I can remember the fearful confusions of childhood. My father would not come home, and I feared he would never come home. The next night he was back. No one explained that he was a buyer for a department store, and that every other week he would go to New York and make ... (Full Article: 466 Words)

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