By Peter S. Beagle
A kindly raven brings meals to and is the spouse of a guy who has taken shelter in an deserted mausoleum in a brand new York urban cemetery for nineteen years.
Title: A nice & inner most Place
Author: Beagle, Peter S.
Publisher: Tachyon Publications
Publication Date: 2007/05/28
Number of Pages: 264
Binding sort: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: bl2007019271
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A crazy. " "I know," Mr. Rebeck said. Michael chuckled. " "Believe me," Mrs. " She looked around. "Is there a place you could sit down? " "I've only the steps to offer," Mr. Rebeck said. " Mrs. Klapper looked at them. She shrugged. " She plumped easily down on the top step and let out a gusty sigh. " She smiled warmly at Mr. Rebeck. "I'm a little tired myself," Mr. Rebeck said. He felt himself blushing. " "I'll be damned," said Michael, squatting next to Mrs. Klapper. " Mrs. Klapper patted the space at her side.
He thought of all the tiny factors that had gone to make up the mortal existence of Michael Morgan, enumerated them, weighed them, and decided that they had individual meaning but no collective significance; and then he thought it might be the other way round. With death, he had discovered, there came the power of disinterested scrutiny of the way he had come. Along with it, however, came a peculiar lack of interest in much of what had once been a very important world. Only Sandra seemed real now—Sandra and perhaps the good New York springs and finding the one student in his class who understood the lonely steel mill that was Bismarck and the ice emperor Bonaparte.
She was silent for a moment. " Which was untrue, but it didn't seem to matter. "I was trying to solve some chess problems," Mr. Rebeck said. He took the look in her eyes for one of disbelief. " "You and Morris," Mrs. Klapper said. She sniffed again. "You and Morris. ' " She sighed. "A crazy. " "I know," Mr. Rebeck said. Michael chuckled. " "Believe me," Mrs. " She looked around. "Is there a place you could sit down? " "I've only the steps to offer," Mr. Rebeck said. " Mrs. Klapper looked at them.
A Fine and Private Place by Peter S. Beagle