Binocular Vision: New & Selected Stories - “On Junius Bridge” Summary & Analysis

Edith Pearlman
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In the story “On Junius Bridge,” people in a village claimed an ogre lived under Junius Bridge. The stone bridge was eventually replaced by an iron one. A drawing and a photograph of the original stone bridge was hanging on the wall in Miss Huk’s inn. Mr. and Mrs. Albrecht brought their son Lars to stay at Miss Huk’s inn. The parents spoke to Miss Huk while their son crawled behind a chair, looking at a carpet beetle. Although he referred to the beetle only by its scientific name, Miss Huk knew what creature he was talking about. That night at dinner, Miss Huk requested for the Albrecht’s to sit at her table. They did so. Miss Huk noticed Lars ate very little. After dinner, she tried to strike up a conversation with Lars about a species of people...

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