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Quarrel by Madison Cawein is a powerful and emotional exploration of the complexities of human relationships. The story follows the lives of two friends, John and Mary, whose friendship is tested by a misunderstanding that leads to a heated argument.

Cawein masterfully delves into the depths of the characters' emotions, portraying the raw intensity of their anger and hurt. The dialogue crackles with tension, capturing the volatile nature of the quarrel and the deep-seated emotions that fuel it.

As the story unfolds, the reader is taken on a journey of reconciliation and forgiveness, as John and Mary navigate their way back to each other. Cawein expertly weaves themes of friendship, betrayal, and forgiveness into the narrative, creating a poignant and affecting tale that resonates long after the final page.

Overall, Quarrel is a thought-provoking and beautifully written novel that delves into the intricacies of human relationships with sensitivity and depth. Cawein's evocative prose and keen insight make this a compelling read for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of friendship and forgiveness.

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This Weekly Poem is taken from The Poems of Madison Cawein, Volume II, New World Idylls and Poems of Love - Summary by David Lawrence

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