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Her eyes glinted. ’ The words silenced them for they realized the impossibility of their mothers ever getting together. ’ He held out his hand to her. They walked down the hill close together but not touching. Lights were springing up in the houses, the blue in the sky was deepening and changing. Every moment it looked different; new colours and shades merged and infiltrated the blue: pinks, yellows, turquoise, red. ‘Look at the sky,’ said Sadie. She felt she had never seen a sky before. They stopped to look at it and Kevin rested a hand on her shoulder.

The children went at once. Brede watched them go wonderingly. Brian was looking very well pleased with himself. ’ she asked slowly. He laughed. He put his hands into his pockets and sauntered off down the street. I used to like him,’ said Brede. ‘Now I’m not sure. ’ Kate yawned. ’ The Provisionals were a splinter group from the Irish Republican Army. They were dedicated to the unification of Ireland and believed that they could only achieve their end by violence. ‘Let’s go down to the chippy,’ said Kate.

Mrs Jackson looked at her now. ’ ‘Oh, come now, Mrs Jackson, what a thing to say! ’ Mrs Mullet pursed her lips. ’ asked Mrs Jackson, determined to have no more of the subject. ’ Mrs Jackson put on the kettle and laid out a few biscuits on a plate. ’ Mrs Jackson’s back stiffened. ’ Mrs Jackson infused the tea and set it on a low gas. ’ She placed two cups on the draining board. ’ ‘Two sugars please. ’ Mrs Jackson poured the tea and gave a cup to Mrs Mullet. Then she sat herself down and faced the television squarely.

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