J: A Novel - Section 1: Pages 1- 69 Summary & Analysis

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Argument: The Wolf and the Tarantula – While the wolf enjoys stalking his prey, the tarantula enjoys waiting for the prey to come to him. They wager to see who is the more efficient hunter. A week later, the Wolf has eaten all of his prey and must now eat his wife and children to survive. When they are gone, he must eat himself. The moral of the story is explained as to always leave a little on one’s plate.

Book One, Chapter 1, I – Nineteen year-old Ailinn Solomons is upset. Ailinn suffers from arrhythmia and ugly feet and worries she may never have love in life. She is very sensitive and upset over a failed romance with a much older man named Kevern. Meanwhile, Kevern “Coco” Cohen watches television and drinks his morning tea, still annoyed that all electronic communications except for...

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