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Good," Danny would say, standing befuddled in the kitchen in his dress shirt and boxer shorts. " "Just wanted to let you know," she'd say again. S ll E wAs 1': o T :\LoNE in her illness. Doris Buxbaum's husband, Fred, for instance, just fine one day, spry as a daisy, then the next hooked up to a respirator, a tumor as large as a fist closing in on his kidneys. Nat's colleague Dale Wilson, getting along, getting by with occasional radiation: thin as a rail, but still ali\"C. eona from the hairdresser's, ha\"ing just recei,·ed the bad news, trying to open her eyes wide enough to absorb the dreadful panorama before her.
As for April, she took Danny's devotion for granted. She was at her peak then-a brief span of years, as it turned out, when she could call herself a star. \\omen all over the country worshiped her. In the Volkswagen bus she liked to read aloud the letters and poems they sent her. "Dear April: I'll bet you get a hundred letters like this, and are wondering why you should pay any attention to mine when there are so many, but I just want to say your record DiscO'"very changed my life and that I love you and long to meet you someday.
What l'\'e told you tonight," Nat said, "please don't mention to your sister. " "Don't worry," Danny said. " Once again Nat aimed the flashlight out onto the grass. "Someday I'll tell you the whole story," he said again, and Danny knew that by "someday" he meant when his mother was dead. He looked across the yard at the kitchen window. Dan Rather's tiny face was still in the television, but Louise had walked out of range. 33 A homosexuality Louise and Nat maintained an attitude of hopeful resignation.