Flood Tide

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Flood Tide by Sara Ware Bassett

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The lure of Cape Cod is strong for Miss Bassett, and for the setting of her new story, "Flood Tide," she has returned to the little seaside town of Wilton, wherein lies the Harbor Road and where dwell Zenas Henry and the Captains three, those well-known and well-liked characters of her earlier books.

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comer. Ever since she had been shunted from pillar to post, sleeping on cots, on couches, in folding beds and in hammocks, and keeping her meager possessions in paste-board boxes tucked away beneath tables and bureaus. Poised on the ragged edge of domesticity she continued throughout her girlhood to look forward with hope to an eventual state of permanence. When she was eighteen, however, her mother died and in the task of bringing up six brothers and sisters younger than herself all considerations for her personal ease were forgotten. Ten years passed and her father was no more; than gradually, one after another, the family she had so patiently reared took wing, leaving Celestina a lonely spinster of fifty, homeless and practically penniless.

This cruel lack of responsibility on the part of her relatives resulted less from a want of affection than from a supreme misunderstanding of their older sister. So completely had Celestina learned to efface her personality and her inclinations that they reasone

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