A Medicine For Melancholy and Other Stories - The Headpiece – The Great Collision of Monday Last Summary & Analysis

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The Headpiece – Mr. Andrew Lemon’s new hairpiece arrives in the mail. Looking in the mirror, he feels younger, handsome, and like a new man with it on because it obscures the ugly hole in his head. Hearing the blind Miss Naomi Fremwell in her apartment, Lemon removes his hairpiece because he is not ready to try out his new look on her yet. He is in love with her, and decides to propose to her. She gently declines. Lemon believes it is because of the hole in his head. He explains it was received courtesy of his crazy ex-wife, who took a hammer to his head. He visits her again later to restate his proposal wearing the hairpiece, but Miss Fremwell tells him she can still see the hole in his head.

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