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Cherry Square

by Grace S. Richmond

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Cherry Square lies in the centre of Cherry Hills, a small town a certain number of miles outside of a Great City. Even if it were considerably nearer, it could in no sense be called a suburb.
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Consider whether it is
better to to change and
be living than to be
unchanged and dead.

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New schoolteacher, Jo, takes on a servant role for the summer when Mrs. Chase brings her family to Cherry House. Mrs. Chase's husband, a famous preacher, collapses under the strain of his work.
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