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Naked Summary and Analysis

As a joke to torment Paul, the youngest Sedaris child, David consistently advocates activities that his brother can do while naked. In yet another prank, David calls a nudist colony to have a brochure sent to Paul. David thinks it is the perfect practical joke.

After having a fight with his long-term partner, David decides that he is willing to make a visit to the nudist colony. This decision is completely out of character for David and constant anxiety only makes matters worse. He packs, and sets off for the resort, which he learns is no longer called a nudist colony since the term has a bad connotation. In David's mind, naked is naked.

There are rules about proper conduct at the resort, including always sitting on a towel, and no body jewelry beyond earrings and rings are permitted. In most areas, the visitors are...

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