Letters from Elsewhere: Dirk


An' de walls came tumblin' down

Letters from ElsewhereThe moment has finally come for the first post in my new series, in which chacters pop out ANiW Final Coverfrom fiction to meet you. While in some of the later posts, characters will introduce themselves directly, in this first post, you will observe from the sidelines as Dirk writes to Eleanor.

Dirk has come from A Nightingale in Winter by Margaret Johnson. Over to you, Dirk.

Dear Eleanor

You won’t believe this, but I’m writing to you from prison! That is, from a stable I’ve been imprisoned in. But I must explain. After I left you and Kit, I caught a train to get closer to the line and stayed overnight in a pension.

The next day, I arranged with the landlady to leave my belongings there for a few days and set off on foot towards the Front. Idiot, I can hear you saying, and you’d be right, but not…

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