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Out of a Learner’s Mouth

by

R.J.Westwell


Smashwords edition


Copyright RJWestwell 2010


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Prologue

I am in my late 50s. I have to admit it, I am no longer a young student fascinated by learning anything and everything. Learning is becoming harder and harder. I am now old enough to think about retirement, ready to settle down, relax and be sensible.

My father dies and I inherit a house in Tasmania. It’s a bit far to go for holidays so maybe I’ll try to ‘swap’ it for a place nearer to the UK.

I telephone my brother in Tasmania.

“What do you think I should do?”

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