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They are wives, mothers, suburban homemakers in charge of split-levels. They are giddy about most of life, exuberant, generous, a little bumbling, a little naughty. They are best friends to a...

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Original Title
Each Other's Mirror (Singles Classic)
Edition Format
Kindle Edition
Number of Pages
12 pages
Book Language
English
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They are wives, mothers, suburban homemakers in charge of split-levels. They are giddy about most of life, exuberant, generous, a little bumbling, a little naughty. They are best friends to a degree some people can scarcely fathom, indeed might prefer to overlook.

When considering twins, the tendency is to gawk. When considering precise sameness, the tendency is to feel t They are wives, mothers, suburban homemakers in charge of split-levels. They are giddy about most of life, exuberant, generous, a little bumbling, a little naughty.

They are best friends to a degree some people can scarcely fathom, indeed might prefer to overlook. When considering twins, the tendency is to gawk. When considering precise sameness, the tendency is to feel terrified.

Much has been written about the bond that exists between twins, particularly identical twins. Singletons—people who are not twins—tend to search for clues to support a common hypothesis: that the twin bond can be so deep, so thickly rooted, that the two twins never become fully distinct and independent individuals. Isobel: "Oh, we hate when people say that".

Betty: "Oh, we really hate that". Isobel and Elizabeth Ingalls are much more than twins: They live next door to each other (in identical houses), wear the same clothes and even married identical twins named Martel and Mackall. Each Other's Mirror is Jeanne Marie Laskas's charming, poignant profile of the Ingalls sisters, in all their precise, hilarious and occasionally terrifying sameness.

Each Other's Mirror was originally published in the Washington Post Magazine, July 23, 1989.


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