A Life of Adventure and Delight - The Well Summary & Analysis

Sharma, Akhil
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The narrator, Pavan, related that his family lived frugally. He remembered an argument his mother and father had had when he was a child. His father had forgotten to bring home pizza one Saturday and Saturday was the only day his mother did not usually cook. She angrily told her husband “I am just a servant. It doesn’t matter what I feel. You would like it if I cut out my tongue and threw it away” (Location 1874). When he rectified the situation, they continued arguing when she refused to eat it. The narrator unsuccessfully attempted to diffuse the situation by being cute.

He recalled that as a child he had fallen in love with women on television. His family moved from Queens to New Jersey when he was 13 and he remembered being in love with a couple of different girls in high...

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