Chapter 28: Love in a Cottage


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Then come right back here and listen to this week’s Tale, a doozy of a short story called “Love in a Cottage” by Francis A. Durivage all the way back from 1853! A story about a poor rich man who seeks to impress the lady of his dreams by becoming a rich (in spirit) poor man, it’s classic Shakespearian romance in the sense that it’s entirely built on lies but it’s all okay because… love? Anyway, the story is a breezy hoot and Alan and Rob get to work out their… tasteful Irish accents (love you, Ireland!). So grab a glass of cheap beer and pull up a dusty, worn chair while we read you this week’s tale.

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