Brooke passed, Owen died.
Sassoon is just a trifle too made up—crazy and unhinged, in the sense of hanging off a new geranium.
Brittain saw more and said less than anyone. This is a testament.
Harrison is brutal and he knows it; there’s something attractive about that.
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