Autobiography of Red - Section 6 Summary & Analysis

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“Autobiography of Red: A Romance”, Part 3, pages 42 - 52 - “Space and Time”: This section begins with a single sentence referencing an individual’s role in a conflict: “Up against another human being one’s own procedures take on definition” (42). Then, narration describes how Geryon sees Herakles almost every day, and how distance seems to be growing between Geryon and his mother. Narration also describes how the ripped T-shirt Geryon is wearing has red letters in its logo that say “God Loves Lola.” When his mother asks Geryon what he likes about Herakles, Geryon considers some things he might tell her, but remains silent. He offers to light her unlit cigarette: she tells him she plans to quit.

“Sex Question”: This section begins with this short single sentence: “Is it a question?” (44). Then, narration describes how Geryon (14) and Herakles (16) sit in a car on a...

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