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Lust - The Knot Summary & Analysis

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The Knot Summary

"The Knot," written from a third-person omniscient point of view, has a unique construction within the collection; it is divided into four discrete scenes, almost like a small play. The four sections, each about one page in length, happen in discrete locations at different points in a chronological timeline, but they do involve the same two characters.

In Part I, a man and a woman have a discussion. No location is specified, and no details beyond the basic conversation are provided. The man and woman are asking whether they will ever have fights. They decide they will not have fights because fighting is for other, normal, people. Theirs is not a normal relationship.

In Part II, the man and woman are in bed together. She wants to discuss something, though the topic is not specified. The man does not want to...

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