There was a new generation of Risings, but in the children were reflected the problems and anguish of March, April and May - the Daffodil Girls. Every time March looked at her son, Albert, she was reminded of her beloved brother, killed at Mons. April had Flo and eight-year-old Davinia, who knew that Flo was her mother's favourite child, but would never know why. May had funny, clever, ebullient Victor, whom she didn't understand - any more than she understood her roving husband. Here's the conclusion of the story of those three wonderful girls you last met in The Daffodils of Newent.
©1987 Susan Sallis; (P)2007 Soundings