By Liv Ullmann
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To be used IN colleges AND LIBRARIES merely. a chain of letters to an unknown correspondent finds the arriving of age trials of a high-schooler named Charlie.
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And there was no answer. Life never became what she wished it to be. And the end was more devastating than anything else. When I went to see her. she asked who I was. It was as if we had never embraced when I was a little girl. She no longer knew that once the two of us shared the most wonderful secrets. And so I almost stopped going to see her. Grandma died and nothing was ever the same. Perhaps it is foolish to attach oneself to someone who has to go so much earlier. 63 WHENI SEVENTEEN, I REFUSED TO GO TO SCHOOL anymore.
After all, one can never be completely sure. . , Norway 71 THE NORWEGIAN THEATRE IS ON TOUR WITH A Doll's House. Spring is early this year, warm and pleasant. I t is welcomed with flimsy blouses as if spring were summer. W e drive through Hardanger. It is so beautiful that it hurts inside. I didn't know that my country was also this. Mountains reflected in placid, glittering fjords-mountains reaching up to a sky filled with sun. Here and there, snow on a shady slope. T h e road is a journey through several seasons.
Before the telephone begins to ring, before the demands from all the people who own my life become more insistent than hers. W e shall have days of belonging together; but gradually my conscience will start limiting me-the letters unanswered, the things undone. And gradually I will become the professional woman again, and be onstage or in front of a camera or at meetings, and think of her there at home, whom I always seem to fail because I can't find any solution through which her childhood and my life as an adult woman can be combined.