In March 1913, Frank Reids wife abruptly leaves him and Moscow for her native England. Naturally, she takes their daughters and son with her. The children, however, only make it as far as the train station--and even after returning home remain unaffected by their brief exile. They ought either to be quieter or more noisy than before, their father thinks, and it was dis
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