Sleeping outdoors: John Fowles and Mary Oliver

From John Fowles' The French Lieutenant's Woman: For one terrible moment he thought he had stumbled on a corpse. But it was a woman asleep. She had chosen the strangest position, a broad, sloping fedge of grass some five feet beneath the level of the plateau, and which hid her from the vew of anyContinue reading “Sleeping outdoors: John Fowles and Mary Oliver”