Butterflies in November - Chapters 49 – Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Auður Ava Ólafsdóttir
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The narrator begins to picture herself living in the town with the bungalow. She then has a fantasy vision of marrying a sailor and having a teenage son. Tumi and the narrator visit the vet’s house where she goes through his library and finds one of her grandmother’s old books. She also notices pictures of the vet’s daughters and wife, who he has just divorced from. The vet introduces Tumi and the narrator to a pregnant dog, which he gained in the divorce. The next day, the narrator calls her mother, who tells her that Thorsteinn came to her house and seemed upset. The narrator also begins to take sign-language lessons from the vet while Tumi is being taught cross-stitching by an older woman. A few days later, the town’s winter festival begins. At the fair, is a crane-based...

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