Binocular Vision: New & Selected Stories - “ToyFolk” Summary & Analysis

Edith Pearlman
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In "ToyFolk," Fergus, a division head for the toy making company ToyFolk, was sent to a new town to open a toy factory. While there he wandered into an old-fashioned toy store and met the owners, Anna and Bernard. He visited their home and he saw pictures of a girl. He assumed she was their daughter. Since there were no more pictures of the girl after the age of eight, Fergus thought she could have died at an early age. He later learned that Anna was married to another man before Bernard. The daughter was her child by her first husband. Anna had moved in with Bernard and the child’s father had kidnapped the daughter and taken her away. Anna had punished Bernard for her own sorrow by swearing she would not have children by him until her own daughter had been returned...

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