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There comes a morning, always, at this time of year when one awakes to the realisation that one's knees and th.. - Quote

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There comes a morning, always, at this time of year when one awakes to the realisation that one's knees and the tip of one's nose are unexpectedly cold, and, still drowsy, scrabbles to regain the blankets one had flung off during the earlier part of the night; then, aroused to full consciousness, leaps from bed to gaze out of the window. What has happened? The familiar summer aspect has changed.

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Source Notes: Country Notes ("Between Two Seasons") (1940).

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