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Naked Chapter Summary & Analysis - Cyclops and The Women's Open Summary

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Cyclops and The Women's Open Summary and Analysis

Tiffany Sedaris throws a pencil at David, hitting him in the eye. The damage is minimal and has not affected the eye, but Tiffany is so traumatized by Mr. Sedaris's warnings and guilt trips that she cannot even pick up a dull crayon without bursting into tears.

The Cyclops refers to a boy from Mr. Sedaris's childhood. As a parable, Mr. Sedaris warns his children about the hazards of shooting a beebee gun, since a mishap with such a gun caused his childhood friend, Frank, to lose an eye and spend the rest of his life as a Cyclops. This story is only the first of many used to discourage the Sedaris children from dangerous behaviors. Each story details a friend who lost a part of his body due to seemingly harmless activities.

After many years of...

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