Mary, Don't You Weep Martha, Don't You Moan: A Collection Of Three Short Stories
Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in English
This is a body of creative work compiled to present the observations, in an imaginative way, of a woman growing up in the middle of America. "Enola Gay" is a story of a youthful, as well as a national, loss of innocence. "Mrs. Blake's Last Lover" examines the issue of the loneliness of older women. "Friends" is an ironic attempt to examine one woman's "family values."
English Language and Literature
© Mary DeCarlo Faucett
Faucett, Mary DeCarlo, "Mary, Don't You Weep Martha, Don't You Moan: A Collection Of Three Short Stories" (1989). MSU Graduate Theses. 984.