Full Throttle: Stories - “Faun” Summary & Analysis

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“Part One: Our Side of the Door” began with the subsection “Fallows Gets His Cat.” Fallows met Stockton, his son, Peter, and Peter’s friend Christian upon arriving in Namibia to hunt big game. Stockton mentioned Fallows see Edwin Charn’s “little door” (139). Fallows’s goal was to shoot a lion, and he shot his chosen one. In the next subsection, “Christian Tears His Shirt,” Christian, Peter, and Stockton joined Fallows at the body. As the boys crowded it, the lion lunged at them, and Fallows shot it again, killing it.

“Stockton Repays a Debt” began with Stockton escorting Fallows, Christian, and Peter to meet Charn in Boston. In Charn’s hotel room was a red light and a covered cage. Charn showed them a homemade video detailing what to expect for 250 million dollars: an autumnal world beyond a small door. A CEO and...

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