Saul Bellow - Leaving the Yellow House
'She had lived by delays; she had meant to stop drinking; she had put off the time, and now she had smashed her car.'
At once harsh and tender, expansive and acutely funny, this is the story of an elderly and self-destructive dipsomaniac in a Western desert town, who finds herself faced with a final, impossible choice.
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