Books: Sister Anne

TOMORROW MORNING — Anne Parrish — Harpers ($2). Anne Parrish and her brother Dillwyn must have had a collection of aunts, grandmothers and female neighbors all of whom they loved until it hurt but who nearly drove them insane with fuss-budgeting, shilly-shallying, dibble-dabbling, microscopic solicitude and spiritual myopia. As the young authors-to-be grew up, quick-witted, sensitive, gay, they must have talked together for hours about these people and their plight — perhaps in a meadow like the dewy one in their book Knee-High to aGrasshopper — and been consumed by that uncomfortable emotion...

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