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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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calm and untroubled
  • Sometimes she even caught herself thinking that if she could be more like Kay, more serene and secure, her marriage might improve; she and David might be happier.
    p. 127.0
  • Paul was in her lap and Norah had studied him: the tiny face, so serene and wrinkled, the little striped knit cap, the infant fingers, so pink and delicate and curved.
    p. 37.4
  • Remembering, for an instant, those evenings in Chiteauneuf, where it seemed possible her life would always be serene, expanding into calm like a flower budding into air.
    p. 365.9

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