Calypso - Boo-Hooey Summary & Analysis

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David does not like it when people talk about ghosts; unfortunately, they come up quite a bit with Hugh and his family. People often comment that there must be spirits in David and Hugh's old house in Sussex but David does not believe so. Hugh claims that the reason David has never seen a ghost is that he is "not perceptive enough" (178). David also hates hearing about other people's dreams. All that said, he does believe "the dead can visit us in our dreams" (180). His mother often visits him in dreams, for example and they have conversations until his mother decides it is time to leave. Tiffany also visits in much the same way, but she is a better listener than she was in life. David knows he is not alone in this, as Hugh experiences the same thing with his late father. David...

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