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In the 13 "Florence" Letters a woman named Florence receives letters from the front of World War II from her cousin named Leonard except for a when Eddie, Florence's husband, writes.
In Leonard's letters, the repetitive nature betrays the horrors of World War II and the lack of substantive news able to be shared past censors. However, when Florence's husband Eddie writes with a tenderness you can certainly tell the difference in voice if not relationship entirely.
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