Friedman's Fables - Part 2, Summary & Analysis

Edwin Friedman
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Part 2, Summary

In "Net Results," Harry obsessively tries to get his wife to play tennis with him, getting her lessons with the best professionals, buying her the best clothes and equipment, taking her to the best courts, and giving her everything she wants. Her game never improves. One day, as she tries to get him to think instead about their home life, he hits the ball straight up instead of directly across the net, runs around to his wife's side of the court, hits the ball before it comes down, again straight up, and continues to rush back and forth from side to side.

In "Metamorphosis," one morning, Mrs. K discovers that her husband has become a caterpillar. In the days and weeks that follow, she tries everything she can to get him to pay attention to her, but he seems determined to ignore her...

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