Ninety-Nine Stories of God - Stories 41 - 60 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

A woman is in jail for shoplifting. While she is there, her cellmate talks to her about the Biblical book of Ecclesiastes.

The writings of mystic Emanuel Swedenborg, who was concerned about the afterlife, are discussed in an essay.

A married couple argues over the meaning and definition of “Deja vu,” with the wife insisting that the term “pantomnesia” is the more accurate term to describe the sensation.

A veterinarian who is particularly fond of cats dies in a car accident after swerving to avoid a cat in the road.

The DNA analysis involved in the O.J. Simpson trial is discussed in an essay.

Ted Kaczynski (a.k.a. The Unabomber) supposedly used a typewriter that sells for “well over eleven thousand dollars” (46) at an auction.

The police use a license plate to track down two women who stole lambs from a...

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