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It's September 30th, the narrator's birthday, and Holly asks him to go horseback riding around the park. She tells him that she's leaving for Brazil in a week, so she has to say good-bye to her favorite horse. The narrator feels desolate about this news. She talks about all the people she will miss: Joe Bell, Sally Tomato. She says that when she went to see Mr. Tomato last he said it was for the best that she would be leaving the country because there might be trouble. They mount their horses and the horses take off. The narrator has no control over his horse, and soon policemen are chasing him to try and slow it down. The narrator falls off his horse and Holly gets him into a taxi. He claims she saved his life.

That evening there are pictures of Holly on the...

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