Stories - A Room, England Versus England, Two Potters, Between Men, Our Friend Judith, Each Other Summary & Analysis

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A Room, England Versus England, Two Potters, Between Men, Our Friend Judith, Each Other Summary

"A Room" is the story of a new tenant to an apartment, who has an experience that makes her believe that she'd traveled back in time to experience the feelings of a child who'd lived in that room during another time. "England Versus England" is the story of a young man struggling to find his identity as he moves from a life of abject poverty and struggles to obtain an education.

In "Two Potters", the author has a dream about a potter, an old man, that reminds her of the only real potter she's ever known, a woman named Mary Tawnish. In the dream, the old potter makes a rabbit and pleads with God to breathe life...

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