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Lust - Ole Siche Summary & Analysis

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Ole Siche Summary

"Ole Siche" is the most traditional short story in the collection and is written from a third-person omniscient point of view with a strong focus on Meg Gillian, one of two main characters in the narrative. The story begins and ends in the port of Gustavia on the island of Saint-Barthylemy in Guadeloupe. Among the Caribbean's Leeward Islands, Saint-Barthylemy is referred to as St. Bart's by the narrator.

Meg Gillian is a young off-Broadway actor described by the narrator as an ingynue. One year before the narrative chronology begins, Meg was involved in a failed relationship. Meg wanted to marry her previous lover, but he declined, and they eventually broke up. Meg subsequently became notably successful in an off-Broadway production. When the narrative chronology begins, Meg is involved in a sexual relationship with Charles Howe, a tall gray-haired and older man...

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