Smoky & Jack, the One-Woman Dogs
Is it as eerie as I think it is, this mirroring: the one-woman dogs; the girl babies who come too early, too small?
Sarah DiGregorio is the author of EARLY: An Intimate History of Premature Birth and What It Teaches Us About Being Human.
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My Father Tried to Preserve Nature—And the Best of Him—In His Writing
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When the Squirrels Are Over
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