A Mighty Long Wayby Carlotta Walls LaNier A memoir about the Little Rock Nine, with a foreword by Bill Clinton.
I carried Carlotta, who talked the whole way home about the stars.
Carlotta Harrison pleaded a headache, and was excused from the operating-room and from prayers.
Sidney's half-days at home were occasions for agonies of jealousy on Carlotta's part.
The night duty had been a time of comparative peace to Carlotta.
“Come,” said Carlotta to the Twins when this little scene was over.
The Christmas excitement had not died out in the ward when Carlotta went back to it.
A few days later, while what Carlotta had said was fresh in my mind, he overtook me walking to the capitol.
"I can go myself," said Carlotta, and put her feet out of bed.
Perhaps Carlotta's right was greater—could it be greater than her husband's?