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The arrangement that had suited both Percy and Frances since she had joined him in Dakota three years earlier - in which Percy insisted that he would soon leave his job as a newspaperman for the Fargo Argus to make a new start back east, and Frances, in turn, reasoned that it made no sense for her and their son, Houghton, to move to Percy's two rooms above the Argus in the meantime - had come to an end with Percy's newfound respectability as Fargo's delegate to the upcoming Fifteenth General Assembly of Dakota Territory. [...] she was very little interested in furnishing the house in Fargo (and every bit of it on credit, at that), but even Little Carl, whose powers of perception Frances had found at times to be disconcerting, would not have presumed to speak to her quite so personally.
IN WHICH A COFFIN IS A BED BUT AN OX IS NOT A COFFIN Brenda K Marshall Michigan Quarterly Review; Summer 2010;
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