After the birth and the overnight in the hospital she didn’t go downstairs for a week. She’d lost some blood and she felt flattened, nearly dizzy, from the labour and then the general anaesthetic. She wept frequently, with incredible ease, and entertained the illusion that she now knew more than…
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