By Jonathan Gray
If this sounds like Henry Wadsworth's recognized epic poem The Courtship of Miles Standish in a remarkably devoted sleek retelling, good, it's and it isn't.
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Pru & Pri: The men don't know who the women are. This complicates their love lives. by Jonathan Gray