what did the narrator notice when she came for a few days . what did the mother tell her about the lady?
The second time, when she went to the house, Mrs Dorling's daughter opened the door and let her in. The narrator had been asked by her mother to remember Mrs Dorling's address who had taken many belongings of the on the pretext of keeping them safe during the war. The narrator felt nostalgic as she saw the fine cutlery, vases and antique plates of her mother. But, they were kept rather tastelessly. The narrator felt the loss of her mother keenly and decided to leave without claiming any of the things. She resolved to forget the belongings and the address where they were kept.