Ansley says she does not know, and that even though the letter was not from Delphin, she still "care[s] for that memory" Copy to Clipboard.
Slade what she is thinking about, Mrs.
The story slowly but surely changes from being similar to a romantic tale as it becomes an intricate story involving ideas such as deceit and bitterness. A great deal of her sense of self-worth seems to come from feeling superior to others, Mrs.
Ansley who was single at the time.
Ansley, which is her way of punishing her friend for past transgressions. Whereas the city is now safe and romantic, it was once filled with danger and hidden but feverish sexuality.