Imagine Me Gone - Section 1: Prologue, Part 1 (Margaret, Celia, Margaret, Celia) Summary & Analysis

Adam Haslett
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Imagine Me Gone, a novel by Adam Haslett, opens as Alec comes out of a cabin and starts walking through the village in the snow. The December thaw has come. He is thinking about the fact that he needs to call his sister and mother to tell them what has happened. He also wants to talk to his boyfriend, Seth, to tell him that everything will be okay now and they do not have to worry about interruptions. In the distance, he sees a lobsterman that he and his brother, Michael, had seen before but never spoken to. As he walks, he thinks about the lobsterman's life and how the sound he had made while chopping wood had bothered Michael. He turns around and runs back towards the lobsterman. When he reaches him, he tells him that something...

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