By Mary Roberts Rinehart
Tish Carberry, Aggie, and Lizzie embark on 3 extra outrageous adventures in additional Tish. After effectively taking up a band of educate bandits, the ladies go back domestic and look for how you can support with the conflict effort—a seek that eventually takes them to the battlefields of Europe, a lot to the chagrin of the military.
More Tish is the 3rd booklet within the Tish Carberry sequence. It comprises the tales “The Cave on Thunder Cloud,” “Tish Does Her Bit,” and “Salvage.”
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Delaney reads McCullers’ opening about the friendship between the two mutes, John Singer and Antonapoulos, Jo’s voice joins hers, explaining, “In school there was one of my kind. I was always alone” (13). She recounts life in LaGrange with the same sense of boredom and malaise of Mick Kelly in Heart and Frankie in The Member of the Wedding, characters who, like Jo, do not fit into the strictly prescribed expectations for adolescent girls related to gender and sexuality. She also relates to McCullers’ own ambivalent expressions of sexuality throughout her life, rebelling against the school’s uniform policy, which requires that girls wear skirts until the cold of mid-January, by wearing pants and racking up pink slips until the school finally relents and allows the girls to wear pants regardless of weather.