The Collected Stories of Jean Stafford - Part 4, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 30 Summary

A woman renowned for her beauty is an acknowledged accompaniment to any party or group. In the social set of Angelica Early, she is just such a woman. Mrs. Early's husband is often at every end of the world hunting; he is a big game huntsman. Mrs. Early allows others to entertain her, and she is always favored with the most lavish invitations. No one knows Angelica Early, not even the lady herself. Every year, Angelica travels to France to partake of the fountain of youth of medical science. Plastic surgery keeps her beautiful for decades. Angelica's friends suspect of her haring off to parts unknown for an illicit rendezvous. Other than a personal maid, no one, family or friend, suspects differently.

Angelica's age eventually takes its toll. Mysteries of medical science could not prevent the aging of her hands. Overhearing...

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