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Man Gone

One evening Corina – the wife of Socrates’ friend Howard Shakur – comes by Socrates’ apartment looking for her husband. Socrates invites her into his kitchen for a cup of coffee and after a moment’s hesitation, she accepts. She tells Socrates she and Howard fought the night before and he stormed out and hasn’t been back since. Howard has been out of work for nine months, and when she suggested he try to get a job at MacDonald’s, he’d gotten angry. Socrates tells her she shouldn’t put up with it; she is working overtime at her job and raising Howard’s two children, and if she were his woman he would work as many jobs as it took to put food on the table, and he wouldn’t ever leave her alone at night in that neighborhood. Corina is flattered...

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