“But what did rocking chair dreams mean, except that the First and Best Audrina had worn a ruffled white dress to her party.”
“The pile didn't seem big enough to turn this house intoourhouse and I thought for the first time about the furniture we had abandoned in Eastaboga: the cool blue kitchen table and white chairs with slender deerlike legs; the squeaky wooden rocking chair where Mother had rocked the babies to sleep; the bed that Alice, Doris Ann and I had shared, the springs broken so badly we rolled together like pigs in a blanket.”
“He kept watching me, waiting for something to happen, but when I only turned in circles, staring at one thing and then another, he grew impatient and gestured toward the only adult-sized chair in the room—the magic rocking chair with the lacy calla-lily back and the rose velvet cushion.”
“Tante Marthe sat in a rocking chair in a patch of sunlight, and Val, looking like one of her own advertisements in Vogue, was curled up on a Mme. Récamier chaise longue.”
“The old lady herself sat in a rocking chair on her stoop as people filed into her house or worked industriously outside of it weeding flower beds, painting the shutters, and washing the windows.”
“A black and white illustration of Eliza Harris sitting in a rocking chair in the kitchen of a Quaker settlement home and working on sewing (or needlepoint), and her son Harry playing on the floor.”
“Restored to the Shaker rocking chair for my preparatory reading, I was amused to observe that the French accents had been added despairingly in ink.”
“The sitting-room furniture was a hodgepodge of different styles, definitely secondhand, but comfortable enough: there was a full-sized spindle bed covered in a handmade quilt, a cane rocking chair and upholstered love seat, a small oak desk.”
“Staring into my eyes, and even looking at my breasts had made me feel beloved and beautiful, but to look there sent shivers of recognition darting through my memory, stirring up the nightmares of the rocking chair and all that had been done to the First Audrina, who had died because all three of those boys had looked there, despite her frantic efforts to kick them away.”
“Petrified, as if seven years old and trapped in the rocking chair again, I watched until their violent sexual act was over and Vera was lying naked on top of his long, very hairy body.”
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