A Springtime Affair is about a mother and daughter. They have their separate stories but because they are so close, their stories are interlinked. It asks the question, do daughters look out for their mothers as much as their mothers look out for them?
Does the mother have to hold back from commenting on her daughter’s choice of partner? Is it more acceptable for the daughter to comment on her mother’s?
Helena, the daughter, is a weaver and also a ‘super recogniser’. Although this is a gift, it isn’t always a pleasant thing to have.
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