Table of contents for Lark and Termite : a novel / by Jayne Anne Phillips.

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July 26
 Leavitt - 	He¿d shipped out to Occupied Japan 						
Lark I move his chair into the yard under the tree 			
 Nonie 		The social work people marched right in			
Termite	He sees through the blue							
Leavitt You¿ll be safe here								
 Lark		I decorate the cake in three pale colors 			
 Nonie		There¿s choice but no choice					
 Termite	Lark smells like the soap					 
July 27
 Leavitt		He can hear the pain 	 					
 Lark 		He starts moving the colors					
 Nonie		I come into the kitchen soaking wet				
 Termite 	In the basement the cold comes up				
 Leavitt 	As though no time has passed 						
July 28
 Lark		Rain falling across the alley					
 Nonie		Charlie insisted we go home					
 Termite	He hears the rain open and shut				
 Leavitt		Mashuhyo, mashuhyo						
July 31
 Lark 		I put Termite in the wheelchair			
 Nonie 		There we sat at the courthouse				
 Termite	The ragged orange cat						
Lola		She sits by the open window					

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

West Virginia -- Fiction.
Nineteen fifties -- Fiction.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Fiction.
Domestic fiction.