The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher - How Shall I Know You? – The Heart Fails Without Warning Summary & Analysis

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How Shall I Know You? – A writer, past the best years of her career, leaves London to speak to a small-town literary society. She has not been able to write a new book in two or three years. As such, she admits to feeling lost and drifting. Having no reason to turn down the literary society's invitation to speak, the plans are for the narrator to travel to the Rosemount, where she will be put up by the society. She will be paid a modest fee. A letter arrives saying that the Rosemount is closed for repairs and remodeling. The narrator will be put up at the Eccles House. When Mr. Simister, the secretary of the society, arranges to meet the narrator at the station, he asks how he will know her. She explains she...

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