Ninety-Nine Stories of God - Stories 1 - 20 Summary & Analysis

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A woman sends a postcard to the address where her late mother lived. She receives an envelope in return and is afraid to open it.

A breeder of dogs always wears sunglasses around the dogs, and has all guests wear sunglasses as well.

After an interview for television, a scholar named Charles Thaxter Ormand hears music coming out of his plate at lunch. He goes to a psychiatric facility.

An opera singer, who regularly smokes cigarettes, cries during a performance.

After Kafka becomes a vegetarian, he says to a fish in an aquarium, “'Now, at last I can look at you in peace, I don’t eat you anymore’” (5).

The Lord gives Tolstoy a dream where he is in a “bed contraption” and hanging between abysses.

Kafka discusses his dream where he trains run over him.

One brother asks another brother to watch...

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