Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls - Essays 21, 22, and 23 Summary & Analysis

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“Rubbish” - After the author and Hugh purchase and begin to renovate a home in a beautiful part of West Sussex, England, the author becomes obsessed with keeping the area as clean and tidy (and as naturally beautiful) as possible. To that end, he spends increasing amounts of time walking the paths and roads, picking up all the litter he can find. He imagines the people who threw away things like a half-empty bag of doughnuts (i.e. a struggling dieter) or a carefully folded chocolate bar wrapper placed into a soda can (i.e. someone who is trying to reduce the amount of waste s/he is throwing away). The author recalls how his grandmother was herself a significant litterbug, preferring to keep the inside of the car clean, and concludes by describing another of the plans he and Hugh devise to...

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