Krik? Krak! - Seeing Things Simply Summary & Analysis

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The story begins with a cockfight taking place in a town named Ville Rose, and many men cheering on the roosters. A thin girl of sixteen, Princesse, walks by, and she is fascinated by an old man sitting in a chair watching the fights, despite being nagged by his walk. Princesse heads to a house on the shore owned by a woman named Catherine. Catherine is an artist, and Princesse strips nude in order to pose for her. Princesse is shy about posing nude and feels self-conscious, but she is doing the job because she hopes to learn more about painting. Catherine assures Princesse that the villagers will never see any of the nude paintings, and that only in famous French art galleries will the pictures ever hang to be admired by Princesse's grandchildren and others.

Catherine reveals she...

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