In my memory of our attempt to comprehend our circumstances, two disturbing events will dominate the day: the death of Mrs. Johnson (bad luck, that, but preventable if we can return) and the appearance of a rather sinister figure dressed in Victorian clothing.  Seen by Julia, my immediate though was of Quentin.  However, why would he be a ghost?  Was the painting destroyed?  And if so, why would he be in period clothing?  My I Ching wands are at the ready… in 1970.



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