Flight (Lessing story)

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"Flight" is a 1957 short story by Doris Lessing.[1] It deals with an old man who is against his eighteen-year-old granddaughter getting married, bringing him into conflict with not only her and her fiance, but also his daughter, who was herself married even younger and whose other three daughters have already been married.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moore, Andrew (2002). "Doris Lessing: Flight - study guide".