Night Sky With Exit Wounds - Pages 47-51 Summary & Analysis

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"Eurydice" begins with an unnamed sound being compared to the sound of a deer being shot by an arrow. The plural speakers walk through a hole in the garden, reflecting on the ways the sound of one's name can change. At the end, they are standing in a field, and a man calls for a girl, as she walks beside him, "grass snapping beneath her hooves" (48).

"Untitled (Blue, Green, and Brown): Oil on canvas: Mark Rothko: 1952" begins on September 11th, 2001. As the planes collide with the Twin Towers, the speaker tells the person they are with that they will stay. The speaker wants to tell this person all about their life, and what they have learned. They stand waiting in a room as the TV blares updates about the 9/11 attacks, and they note, "you were there./ You were the window" (49).

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