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13 Little Blue Envelopes Themes

Maureen Johnson
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Themes

The Cost of Fear

When Peg leaves New York and heads on her tour around Europe, it is a spur of the moment decision. No one would ever accuse Peg of being afraid to do anything. She was a free spirit - ready to go where the wind took her, and prepared to suffer for the sake of her art. No one who knew Peg would ever believe that she could fear anything. In fact, when Peg realizes she is ill, even the thought of death doesn't make her afraid. It just makes her sorry that her time is almost up. The only thing that Peg ever feared in her life was the entanglements of love and commitment. As a result, she never settled down for any length of time, and never had any children of her own. When true love found her, and was returned in kind by...

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