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Lucy Ellman

"... I was sorting through my mother's things. All the letters from friends had to go. I don't know why she kept them, and now they meant nothing to anybody alive. Each generation flushes the toilet for the last."

Lucy Ellman, "Pass the Parcel," in Kate Saunders, ed., Revenge (1991)

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Lucy Ellman, U.S.-born English writer
(1956 - )