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Robert Wexelblatt

April 16, 2018

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An Address Book             It was small, just six inches by four, covered in brown leather, worn and cracked.  I imagine it was handsome half a century ago.  I found it in one of the cartons of small items my parents kept when they cleared out my late grandfather’s house.  My mother had saved a […]

Robert Wexelblatt

September 18, 2017

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Bandaged Saturday             “It’s Eliz. . ?  Eliza.  Elizabeth.  But the other name’s worn away.”             “Newell.  Elizabeth Newell.  Her friends called her Lizzy.”             “Lizzy.  I think it says, uh, 1673 to 1695?  That’s, um. . .”              “Yes?”             “Twenty-one.  No, twenty-two?”             “That’s right.”             “I took away the sixteens.  What did […]