Happiness Like Water, by Chinelo Okparanta; 208 pp., mariner Books, $15.
“The immediate effort to cover up what had been done suggested that they realized it was a crime,” said mariner.
"A vision of goblins," said the mariner, when he had got his breath.
He thought Jessop might destroy it; but there was no fight in the mariner.
When Biddle fell, Amos, with the instinct of the mariner, had rushed towards the unmanned helm.
Here, I thought, was a mariner after my husband's own heart.
It is like the point of a compass, the north star that the mariner sees, or the star of the desert.
Their appearance is generally hailed with delight by the mariner.
The air became hot, clouds rose rapidly over the sky, and the barometer—that faithful friend of the mariner—fell unusually low.
Some duties are so clear that they shine like the pole-star which guides the mariner.