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Our dirt, our selves
- Boston, Mass.
|Date:||May 28, 1998
| Abstract (Document Summary)|
So (Louise) Rafkin headed for France. Short of money, she took a job housecleaning. "Cleaning villas on the French Riviera sounds glamorous," she writes. "However, to echo the sentiment of a famous expatriate: a more...
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