Life After Life - Peace, Snow, Like a Fox in a Hole Summary & Analysis

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Peace

February 1947

This jumps forward significantly to find Ursula grown and living on her own in London. It is after the war and things are quite austere in London. Ursula had been sharing an apartment with a friend named Millie, but Millie had become a ‘war bride’ and moved away to America. The apartment had been bombed out anyway, so Ursula found an apartment that hadn’t sustained too much damage. She hates that it isn’t as good as the last one, and she is lonely without Millie, but it is what she has. Her sister, Pammy, sends her a care package with fresh vegetables and eggs from back home. She alludes to the fact that there is a small little parcel in the cellar at Argyll Road and that it depresses her to think about...

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