In the short story “That Same Sea” by Adrian Markle, we meet a couple who are on holiday in the village where the woman grew up. When we first meet them, they are having their morning tea and coffee. The man feels hungover from the night before and realizes that the woman speaks with her old accent while they are there. She is happy to be back, even if it has been a long time since she last visited, and she rarely talks about her old home. She teases the man that it is his turn to feel out of place, like she did in the city at first. Unlike her, the man grew up in the c...

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